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I'm Joanna Bryson, a Professor in Artificial (and Natural) Intelligence at the University of Bath. I’d love to talk about AI regulation and law, how we treat AI and the companies and people who make it, why humans need to keep being the responsible agents, and anything else - AMA!

I really do build AI, mostly myself to study natural intelligence (especially human cooperation), but with my PhD students I also work on making anthropomorphic AI like in computer game characters ...

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We’re a group of scientists representing the Human Cell Atlas, an international team effort to create comprehensive reference maps of all human cells—the fundamental units of life—as a basis for understanding human health as well as diagnosing, monitoring, and treating disease. Ask us anything!

Our bodies have 37 trillion cells. And for decades, scientists have been sorting them into buckets of different types, such as neurons, skin cells, liver cells and so on. However, we still don't ha...

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