Machines are capable of “thinking” faster than their human creators, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they think better. Computers have their place in helping humans, but that doesn’t mean it is wise to let them take their place. Machines make mistakes, too, although theirs are a little different than the ones humans make. Is there a middle ground at which computers and humans can work together effectively?
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
The Paris Agreement has been touted as the antidote to global warming; with countries agreeing to jointly reduce greenhouse-gas emissions, climate change will be dealt a severe blow. But the success of the treaty rests largely with individual nations and how successful they are in implementing policies for the short- and long-term.