We aren’t getting ready for the AI revolution: That needs to change, and fast

The emergence of AI could lead to dilemnas the society isn’t prepared for. Image: iStock Artificial intelligence has the potential to fundamentally alter how we live and work but government lacks any sort of coherent strategy for responding to the social and ethical dilemmas posed by the rise of intelligent machines. It’s for that reason a ‘Commission on Artificial Intelligence’ should be established at the Alan Turing Institute to examine the social, ethical and legal implications of the rapid recent developments in AI and potential developments in future, the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has declared. The recommendation comes following an investigation into the workplace and wider society will be affected by the rise of robotics and artificial intelligence. The findings are set out in the a 46…


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