Artificial Intelligence and Data
Great Decisions 2020 | Topic 8
Global growth is slowing, and not surprisingly, many policymakers hope that AI will provide a magic solution.
Policymakers in many countries are developing plans and funding research in artificial intelligence (AI). Global growth is slowing, and not surprisingly, many policymakers hope that AI will provide a magic solution. The EU, Brazil, and other Western countries have adopted regulations that grant users greater control over their data and require that firms using AI be transparent about how they use it. Will the U.S. follow suit?
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- White House proposes guidelines for regulating the use of AI
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- Ethics In AI: Why Values For Data Matter
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