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Will A.I. Remake Business—or Destroy It?

Artificially intelligent machines could streamline a company’s operations. Or, as the doom-and-gloomers say, one day they could supersede human founders. To help Inc. figure this out, we called Iya Khalil, co-founder of an A.I.-powered health startup, and Louis Del Monte, a scientist who’s written extensively about A.I.

IYA KHALIL

Co-founder of GNS Healthcare, which uses A.I. and machine learning to improve health outcomes

Elon Musk has said that A.I. could wipe out the human race. Could it?

Some applications of A.I. may be concerning. But we’re just starting

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