A.I. will solve some of our biggest problems. How do we stop it from creating new ones?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to advance education, healthcare, politics, national security, criminal justice, and so much more. A world powered by AI is within reach, and its applications will impact everyone. But experts know we shouldn’t just ask how AI can make us better: We need to consider the reverse. Data bias, lack of transparency, inequitable distribution—these fundamental flaws in AI could lead to system-wide lapses in judgment. And that means all of us in the public and private sectors should devote as much energy to educating ourselves about AI as we are to developing it.
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