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What should we do with AI?
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1. Stop it
2. Slow it down
3. Regulate it
4. Let it be

With exponential advancement in AI, it's only a matter of time before we won't be able to control it any longer; it may in fact control us. Some of the choices in this poll won't be an option anymore after that point.
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5. Encourage it and embrace it. The advancements in AI are developing significant value in organizations all over the world. Recently, I had the opportunity to see read about how military organizations are utilizing such capabilities to enhance pilot readiness and training. Additionally, I have seen first hand such how certain AI capabilities have assisted law enforcement efforts in specific investigations.
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3 replies by Hue Ngo, Justus Nyamai, and Sante Vergini
Sep 24, 2018 8:36 AM
Hue Ngo
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Brian, I agreed with you that AI provides great benefits. I think like everything else, in some point in the future when AI is more stable in global implementation, we may want to consider regulating it. For now, it is too early in the R&D process to regulate it.
Sep 24, 2018 9:32 AM
Justus Nyamai
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I agree. It is pretty interesting seeing some of the AI projects out there.
Sep 24, 2018 3:34 PM
Sante Vergini
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Thanks Brian, I love and embrace AI, it's exciting. But I say that with a degree of sadness because AI can only keep growing in intelligence until human intelligence is just a small fragment of the collective brain. And by collective, I mean moving objects with a potentially shared venture. That shared venture has to dissipate over time as AI improves by leaps and bounds and simply won't need us.
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Embrace it and prepare for the changes in the surrounding environments, practices and mindset. Folks, who are new to this topic, should realize that AI is much bigger than robotics.

There is a book called 'Superintelligence' (by Nick Bostrom), which talks about how new wave of AI is different from past and why it'll impact every aspect of society.
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Sante -

Trust but verify.

If we want to avoid a SkyNet situation, some oversight is necessary, but I don't believe we should forego the significant benefits achievable from AI advances because we are worried about our robot overlords...

Regulations around "killer drones" are fine, but it'll be interesting to see what limits are put in place around the singularity...

Kiron
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Thanks Ashok for sharing information.
Certainly AI is game changer and we should prepare
our self to use it effectively.

Ignorance of AI will be fatal for individuals and organizations.
So it is better to equipped ourself for our future endeavour along
with AI.
Thank you Sante !
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5. Adapt it

According to Forbes Insights Survey, 95% of executives believe that AI will play an important role in the near future. The most highlighted business benefits they see
includes -

Increased productivity 40%
Reduced operating costs 28%
Improved speed to market 21%
Transformed business and operating models 20%
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Sep 24, 2018 6:44 AM
Replying to Brian Riehle
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5. Encourage it and embrace it. The advancements in AI are developing significant value in organizations all over the world. Recently, I had the opportunity to see read about how military organizations are utilizing such capabilities to enhance pilot readiness and training. Additionally, I have seen first hand such how certain AI capabilities have assisted law enforcement efforts in specific investigations.
Brian, I agreed with you that AI provides great benefits. I think like everything else, in some point in the future when AI is more stable in global implementation, we may want to consider regulating it. For now, it is too early in the R&D process to regulate it.
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Sep 24, 2018 6:44 AM
Replying to Brian Riehle
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5. Encourage it and embrace it. The advancements in AI are developing significant value in organizations all over the world. Recently, I had the opportunity to see read about how military organizations are utilizing such capabilities to enhance pilot readiness and training. Additionally, I have seen first hand such how certain AI capabilities have assisted law enforcement efforts in specific investigations.
I agree. It is pretty interesting seeing some of the AI projects out there.
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I think AI would mainly bring positive, but like any revolution comes some downside. Should there be some regulation? maybe

Should we do QA or QC on AI?
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A combination of AI, IoT and ML will change the world and will control us as Sante stated.
BR,
Mansour
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Maybe we should ask AI how far it is willing to go? What would be the answer??
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1 reply by Sante Vergini
Sep 24, 2018 3:31 PM
Sante Vergini
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Lenka, by the time it can answer that, it may be too late ;-) I presume its answer will be "as far as we need to go".
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