Citation record for Incident 40
Suggested citation formatAnonymous. (2016-05-23) Incident Number 40. in McGregor, S. (ed.) Artificial Intelligence Incident Database. Partnership on AI. Retrieved on March 2, 2021 from incidentdatabase.ai/cite/40.
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