Artificial intelligence: risks & opportunities

Chapman Tripp and the Institute of Directors are calling on Government to take the lead in addressing opportunities, risks and challenges presented by Artificial Intelligence (AI). A white paper released today by the two organisations calls for the establishment of a high-level working group to consider potential impacts of AI on New Zealand. “While AI technologies have already been in use for many years – in a wide range of domains, including transportation, healthcare, financial services, education and processing natural language  – the area is developing rapidly,” said Chapman Tripp partner Bruce McClintock. Experts surveyed for the study, Future Progress in Artificial Intelligence, said there is a 50% chance AI will exceed the general intelligence of a human in the next 24 years, rising to a 90% chance within 60…


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