Artificial Intelligence 101: Risks on AI Implementation (Part II)
Much is spoken about the wonderful potential that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has and how it can benefit our lives. However, many are not sufficiently informed and educated in this area and lack the awareness to consciously weigh the pros and the cons this technology already brings in their lives. Nowadays, we see how users, tired of endless legal notices and privacy policies, hand over their personal data without knowing who is going to use them and how. What is the result? A lack of trust in AI systems and a fear of the unknown.
This series of Artificial Intelligence 101 articles intend to give the reader a general picture of the current regulatory framework (or lack thereof) around this technology as well as to put the focus on its potential for both helping society and jeopardizing it and, in the latter case, specifically focusing on its discrimination and privacy-related risks.
Artificial Intelligence 101 is mainly divided into ten chapters, including:
Risks on AI Implementation (Part I) and (Part II);
What Can Be Done to Mitigate Risks? (Part I and II);
A Special Mention to Accountability;
The Best of AI—Projects with Positive Social Impact.