What It Will Take for Us to Trust AI

What It Will Take for Us to Trust #AI #IBMWatson

  • AI systems must be built from the get-go to operate in trust-based partnerships with people.
  • We also expect AI systems to pervasively support the decisions we make in our professional and personal lives in just a few years.
  • Bias could be introduced into an AI system through the training data or the algorithms.
  • Trust of AI systems will be earned over time, just as in any personal relationship.
  • But most experts believe that by thoroughly testing these systems, we can detect and mitigate bias before the system is deployed.

Ethics and accountability.
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What It Will Take for Us to Trust AI

  • AI systems must be built from the get-go to operate in trust-based partnerships with people.
  • We also expect AI systems to pervasively support the decisions we make in our professional and personal lives in just a few years.
  • Bias could be introduced into an AI system through the training data or the algorithms.
  • Trust of AI systems will be earned over time, just as in any personal relationship.
  • But most experts believe that by thoroughly testing these systems, we can detect and mitigate bias before the system is deployed.

Ethics and accountability.
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There’s nothing artificial about intelligence

Blog: There’s nothing artificial about intelligence  #AI #technology

  • But perhaps for now we are getting ahead of ourselves perhaps we were ascribing and intelligence to our technology which at the moment does not exist.
  • Technology and artificial intelligence can and should be seen as means to an end.
  • Smart meters, data capturers, programmable devices; it seems as though everywhere we look computers are taking over our lives.
  • More importantly, does what they buy provide a genuine solution or satisfy a genuine need or is it simply the best that they can find or afford at the time.
  • And maybe our computers can churn out loyalty vouchers and incentives, but they are only responding in a set algorithm to known sets of data.

Smart meters, data capturers, programmable devices; it seems as though everywhere we look computers are taking over our lives.
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