by Rich Sill Many people are concerned over whether the United States can maintain its global economic dominance, and especially about its influence on the world stage while also concerned about labor shortages in the current job market. Although they may not come to fruition for many years, advancements…
Kratsios and others have argued that the E.U. and U.S. should have more closely aligned regulatory policies on AI in order to preserve Western leadership in emerging technologies.
“Data is now driving an explosive commercial growth of AI, ushering in a new era of opportunities and risks.”
The event was the second in a series of panel discussions Brookings is hosting on bias in artificial intelligence (AI), an issue that has garnered increased publicity as AI becomes more and more prevalent in everyday life. Studies show that many AI systems currently in use tend to show bias, most commonly against women and people of color.
Specifically, the panel addressed “opportunities, risks, and ways to mitigate possible problems with these emerging technologies.”
As technology and Artificial Intelligence reach ubiquity in everyday life, businesses and governments around the world are looking for ways to make these services increasingly beneficial to consumers.