Humans Prefer Computer Control, Says MIT StudyMark Melin
Humans prefer taking orders from computers not the other way around, a new study from the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology concludes.
Humans like being ordered by computers
When given a choice between a human giving work orders to a computer, or a mix of computers and humans equally in control, or computers giving work orders to humans, the majority of production . . .
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