Artificial intelligence and its impact on governments

Feb

14

2018

A session entitled “Can we govern artificial intelligence?” Was organized by the World Summit on Artificial Intelligence, organized by the World Summit of Governments, in which Sebastian Thron, President of Udacity e-Learning .

“We have to go beyond the traditional investment concept and move on to investing in brain development and empowering people with smart systems so that they can perform their jobs efficiently,” Thron said.

Thron raised the growing fears of artificial intelligence systems and considered them unjustified, reviewed how conventional agriculture was before the advent of machines and how, thanks to automation and modern technology, it has become a source of food for millions of people.

He stressed that artificial intelligence will create new sectors and functions that were not known before and will be free of people from the daily routine and stressful work and will unleash their creative energies.

Thron revealed that the proportion of human discoveries at this stage is only 1 percent, and the rest of the discoveries will appear very quickly as a result of the accumulation of science and knowledge.

“If governments think about curbing the evolution of these technologies, but it is not harmful to organize their output, everything in our lives today is governed by law and regulation, and that is good,” Thron said in response to a question by scientists about the role of governments in the regulation and governance of artificial intelligence.

He called on governments to take advantage of the technology revolution that would change the nature of entire economic sectors such as transport, medicine and others, and encourage their societies to open up to science, entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and non-traditional education.

He explained that the future will see the artificial intelligence systems interact with one another and without human mediation. These systems may at some point be able to take decisions and determine their fate. This should not lead us to fear; on the contrary, it should serve as a catalyst for further learning and knowledge to understand these Technology and harnessing it to serve humanity.

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