Last week, I appeared on a panel at the FII PRIORITY conference in Miami on the subject of the regulation of AI. The panel also featured Dr. Alan Baratz, CEO of D-Wave, a leading quantum computing company, and was moderated by Shervin Pishevar, Chairman & CEO of Hyperloop One.
Watch the full panel discussion here:
There is no question that there needs to be, and soon will be, extensive regulation of the use of AI. AI touches on human lives and values in too many ways not to be regulated, from healthcare to employment to surveillance to targeted ads and fake news. AI must be regulated to ensure it doesn’t undermine fundamental values like fairness, anti-discrimination, privacy, and accountability. How it will be regulated depends on the particular applications and sectors in which it is employed, and regulation should be consistent with existing regulatory regimes.