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Artificial Intelligence and the evolution of trust

Harvard professor David Silbersweig, Boston Global Forum Board Member and co-founder of the Global Enlightenment Mountain, recommends the discussion at a conversation hosted by Fast Company and Deloitte & Touche. Here are four takeaways from the event:

  1. Artificial intelligence will transform knowledge work . . .
    AI holds great potential for improving productivity, potentially allowing a three-hour job to be knocked out in an hour with AI assistance. It’s like giving workers a copilot or an assistant, helping them reach a new level of productivity.
  1. . . . but AI still needs a human assist.

To improve, AI models need training from humans with real-world expertise. From a talent perspective, those likely to be most successful are people with humanities or legal backgrounds as well as computer science expertise. People with these skills are able to understand why the model gave a certain response, then train it to produce better and more useful output.

  1. Personalization produces better interactions.

AI can be taught to recognize a person’s behavioral data and patterns. This can lead to richer, more appropriate interactions.

Of course, this level of personalization will require attention, and potential regulation, related to privacy and security. As AI advances, developers must be transparent and engage with stakeholders early on about how personal data is used.

  1. AI can be employed to navigate massive challenges.

AI has potentially transformative uses for society as a whole.

Link: https://www.fastcompany.com/90909881/artificial-intelligence-and-the-evolution-of-trust

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