Anthropomorphism and AI


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To understand this, we first have to understand something about human evolution: we’ve been shaped, over millions of years, to be really good at reading other people. In fact, there’s compelling research that our unusually large neocortexes (the newest part of the brain) got so big because of the selective pressure provided by our complex, large-group social lives.

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