Incubating Artificial intelligence

In February 2016, Google received a letter from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) stating that the artificial intelligence (AI) in the tech giant’s self-driving car could now be considered the “driver” for certain regulatory purposes. This opinion signified a paradigm shift in policy and the first step in what is sure to be a complex and deepening relationship between regulators and artificial intelligence-driven industries. The early decades of the 21st century will serve as a sandbox for artificial intelligence-based technologies that will transform the global economy and human society. In the 20th century, we saw a similar co-evolution of human invention and policy with mixed results. (The internal combustion and atomic power are two examples of technologies that led to new economic possibilities, but also created new societal…


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