So I’ve reading a lot about AI and the responsibility it involves.
We hear a lot about the potential for AI to help people and society, but also a lot of potential for harm. There’s a lot of discussion today about ethics in AI. I think it’s because we’re starting to see some of the ramifications of these systems that we’re putting out in the real world.
Hollywood movies and science fiction novels show AI as human-like robots that take over the world, the current evolution of AI technologies isn’t that scary – or quite that smart. Instead, AI has evolved to provide many specific benefits in every industry.
That’s when we need to start thinking on the term Responsible AI, or RAI.
What is RAI?
We need to think of RAI as a set of socio-technical problems.
Even tough math is designed to do what you tell it to…
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