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By 2025, will laws be in place requiring that AI systems that emulate humans must reveal to people that they are AI?

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As AI gets more powerful, it is likely that systems that can "pass a Turing test" and deceive people into believing that the AI is human will become available and controversial.

For example, the Google Duplex bot courted controversy with its extremely accurate mimicking of a human's voice, dialogue, and cadence. Public backlash prompted Google to announce that the system would always first identify itself as a bot.

By 2025, will there be laws in place in a country requiring that AI systems that emulate humans must reveal to people that they use AI?

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