AI and government – cautionary notes for policy-makers from the UK’s Chief Scientific Adviser.

It was only last month that members of the UK government sat down in the House of Commons for a debate on robotics and AI, a conversation that was worthy, but which never really escaped the limitations of a non-tech savvy group of politicos cracking ‘jokes’ about cheesy sci-fi movies.  For a more measured response to the potential of AI and how policy-making might be shaped around it, a new report from the UK’s Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Mark Walport – Artificial intelligence: opportunities and implications for the future of decision making – makes for a more in-depth and considered reading.   The report considers 3 questions: What is Artificial Intelligence and how is it being used? What benefits is it likely to bring for society and for government? How do we manage any…


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