Artificial Intelligence is thriving. Cars are driving themselves. We’re talking to things in our house. Smartphone apps can now recognize faces in photos and translate from one language to another. The possibilities seem endless.
Take Facebook as an example—using A.I. to fight troublemakers. Weeding out false news may also become a reality, thanks to machine learning algorithms.
Then there are those who think China is positioning itself to dominate the A.I. age. Others point out, though, that the U.S. has a “30-year head start” in A.I. development.
Eventually, the debate between regulation and non-regulation will heat up. Added to that is the caution not to overlook the human component.
The complete article can be read at: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/12/technology/artificial-intelligence-new-work-summit.html