Intelligent to a Fault: When AI Screws Up, You Might Still Be to Blame
This article deals with the topic of Interactions between people and artificially intelligent machines which pose tricky questions about liability and accountability.
The author starts with how Artificial intelligence is already making significant inroads in taking over mundane, time-consuming tasks many humans would rather not do. But philosophical arguments over AI’s existential threats to humanity are often far removed from the reality of actually building and using the technology in question.
He believes that it is obviously important to think through how society will manage AI before it becomes a really pervasive force in modern life. And further talks about this thought through the conversation with The Future Society’s Artificial Intelligence Initiative and CEO of H5, a company that makes software to aid law firms with pretrial analysis of electronic documents, e-mails and databases also known as electronic discovery.
The author concludes while discussing the consequences of allowing AI ( artificial intelligence) in our lives on a huge scale and how it will impact it which also touching on it’s legal aspects , accountability and liability.
Words to Learn from this article:
Mundane: lacking interest or excitement; dull
Amok: behave uncontrollably and disruptively
Transcript: a written or printed version of material originally presented in another medium
Manifest: clear or obvious to the eye or mind
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