Humanity defines the challenges of artificial intelligence

Where does intelligence begin? Can creativity be programmed? Global AI ethicist, Kriti Sharma, shares her perspectives.

Kriti Sharma

The challenges created by the rise of AI aren’t necessarily ones of technology, but of humanity. It’s the programmers rather than the programs that should be under ever more careful scrutiny.

Kriti Sharma, Vice President of Artificial Intelligence at Sage and a leading AI ethicist, discusses the ways AI is shaped by humanity, and how this technology is changing our world forever.

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