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IBM Watson GM Beth Smith on the ethics of AI

By Bloomberg
26 May 2019   |   5:48 am
Beth Smith, IBM Watson Data & AI general manager, discusses the ethics of artificial intelligence with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."

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