Artificial intelligence is a general-purpose technology. Many people have relied on historical analogies, like electricity, to explain what that means. And whether or not it’s the next electricity — in fact, some suggest it’s more akin to something like a natural disaster, an earthquake or a fire, which can’t be controlled — others think that the ability to turning AI on or off is important for governance going forward. In this video, Meg King outlines four steps that policy makers should consider in order to ensure that AI governance promotes innovation but also protects citizens.
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