Ensuring artificial intelligence is humane and regulated

Alejandro Saucedo, Member of the European Commission’s High Level Expert Group Reserve List on AI and Engineering Director at Seldon, argues that to ensure artificial intelligence is humane, it must be regulated. 

He insists that complex ethical decisions that impact people’s lives cannot just rest on the shoulders of a single developer or data scientist and pleads that if done well, good regulation that compels organisations to adopt these best practices for AI development and deployment can be a catalyst for innovation, since the additional confidence and stability in the industry will encourage investment and new roles across the field.

Read more on his point of view here.

This content has been updated on 10 February 2022 at 16 h 11 min.