AI is a marvellous tool that has the potential to make our lives safer, healthier and happier. But as the influence of AI in our decisions reaches wider and deeper into our daily lives, it’s becoming ever clearer that there are creases to iron out before it can fully deliver on this promise. Until it addresses these problems, it may do more harm than good. A lot of the public are suspicious of how AI is being used, and they’re right to be.
A former philosopher turned data scientist. Interested in causality, NLP, and the promise and dangers of AI.