Date(s) - 10/18/18
4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Over the next decade, artificial intelligence is poised to radically transform the way humans interact with the world. But like any other form of powerful new technology, AI isn’t something to be feared; it’s something that everyday people need to understand. It’s no longer a question of if it will impact entire areas of the human experience, but rather how.
From self-driving cars to smart hospitals to global trade networks, entire areas of the planet’s infrastructure will depend on algorithms that everyday people are unable to understand. But when it comes to regulating AI, it’s important to ask a key question: Who do we want to manage the physical spaces around us? Representatives of the people, or giant corporations? At this Conversation, join us for a discussion with stakeholders across a variety of sectors to talk about what’s next for AI, and what’s at stake if we’re not smart about its implementation.