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Artificial intelligence doesn't require burdensome regulation

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One of the most important issues that Congress will face in 2018 is how and when to regulate our growing dependence on artificial intelligence (AI). During the U.S. National Governors Association summer meetings, Elon Musk urged the group to push forward with regulation "before it's too late," stating that AI was an "existential threat to humanity."


Artificial intelligence doesn't require burdensome regulation

#artificialintelligence

One of the most important issues that Congress will face in 2018 is how and when to regulate our growing dependence on artificial intelligence (AI). During the U.S. National Governors Association summer meetings, Elon Musk urged the group to push forward with regulation "before it's too late," stating that AI was an "existential threat to humanity."


Artificial intelligence doesn't require burdensome regulation

#artificialintelligence

One of the most important issues that Congress will face in 2018 is how and when to regulate our growing dependence on artificial intelligence (AI). During the U.S. National Governors Association summer meetings, Elon Musk urged the group to push forward with regulation "before it's too late," stating that AI was an "existential threat to humanity." Hyperbole aside, there are legitimate concerns about the technology and its use. But a rush to regulation could exacerbate current issues, or create new issues that we're not prepared to deal with along the way. To begin with, one of the biggest issues in the world of AI is the lack of clear definition for what the technology is -- and is not.


Should the Government Regulate Artificial Intelligence?

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Artificial intelligence brings tremendous opportunity for business and society. But it has also created fear that letting computers make decisions could cause serious problems that might need to be addressed sooner rather than later. Broadly speaking, AI refers to computers mimicking intelligent behavior, crunching big data to make judgments on everything from how to avoid car accidents to where the next crime might happen. If a computer consistently denies a loan to members of a certain sex or race, is that discrimination? Will regulators have the right to examine the algorithm that made the decision?


AI Act: A Risk-Based Policy Approach for Excellence and Trust in AI

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Artificial intelligence is a promising technology. It is expected to bring a variety of economic and societal benefits to a wide range of sectors, including healthcare, finance, transportation, and home affairs. Powerful machines and algorithms are already capable of diagnosing illnesses performing surgery and driving autonomous cars, these technologies provide us with new tools and disrupt the way we work yet. Human progress is being driven by artificial intelligence in countless ways, including improving health care, improving service delivery, managing energy consumption, and improving public safety. In addition, businesses use AI-based applications to optimize their operations. It is understandable that we have placed a lot of faith in these new technologies, particularly in health care and decision-making.