By Sanjiv Goyal Featuring Maya Strelar-Migotti
In this article you will learn about:
- The real definition of AI
- The ethics of AI
- Diversity in tech
- Women in leadership
AI Is Here To Stay
AI will soon be woven into every feature of our lives. Regardless of the doomsday predictions and idealized futurist visions, it is an unavoidable milestone in the evolution of humanity.
I spoke with Maya Strelar-Migotti, C-level global executive and innovation maven, about the future of AI. Together we outlined three key conditions necessary in order for AI to reach its full potential.
No matter how hard some may resist it, the seeds have been planted and the technology will continue developing likely bringing a revolution with it. AI will shape our world as drastically as if not more than the iPhone did.
The technology itself is neither good nor bad. As with anything, it is the intention behind its creation and its use that will set the tone and generate beneficial or harmful results.
A gun can be used to hunt for food, to protect someone, or to kill them. The responsibility lies with the person holding it and the supply chain and regulations that created the conditions for its purchase and use. It is the same with AI.
The three things that need to be carefully considered in order to utilize AI as a force for good on our planet have nothing to do with the technology itself, and everything to do with how we implement it.
The Three Keys To Ethical AI Development:
1) Conscious Engagement
2) Rules and Regulations
#1 Conscious Engagement
This includes conscious creation. Some are saying that we are “outsourcing the job of thinking” to computers and smart devices. On some level that’s true. We are in effect charging computers with menial tasks to free up our time and creativity.
We may be outsourcing complex tasks to AI, and even some programmed decision-making based on high-level…