Three governance considerations to unlock the potential of AI

Posted by PwC on Aug 30, 2019 10:00:00 AM

While regulators and legal experts are getting into the bigger accountability questions around artificial intelligence, such as who is liable if an autonomous vehicle crashes, formal governance to guide decision-making is largely lacking for everyday business application. The urgency around this is increasing: AI is being widely used across functions ranging from marketing to customer service, and ambitions for it are soaring as organisations witness its potential.

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Topics: AI, Artificial Intelligence, Technology, Global Governance, Strategy, Cyber Security

AI & Global Governance: No One Should Trust AI

Posted by Dr Joanna Bryson on Nov 30, 2018 6:38:35 PM

By Dr Joanna Bryson

 

No one should trust Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Trust is a relationship between peers in which the trusting party, while not knowing for certain what the trusted party will do, believes any promises being made. AI is a set of system development techniques that allow machines to compute actions or knowledge from a set of data. Only other software development techniques can be peers with AI, and since these do not “trust”, no one actually can trust AI.

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Topics: Artificial Intelligence, Global Governance