Is Artificial Intelligence a technology, a business model or a human right? It may be some or all of the above, depending on whom one asks and what is at stake. As advances in artificial intelligence and deep learning create vast new opportunities, they also increasingly impact the way in which people, governments, and organizations interact with one another and take part in work and society. What kind of AI future should we expect for us and the generation that follows, and will it be an equitable one?
Co-Founder, Editorial Director and CEO, Insider Inc.
Managing Director and Head of Machine Learning Research, The D. E. Shaw Group; Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington
Founder and CEO, LabGenius
John Kelly III
Executive Vice President, IBM
Co-Founder and Executive Chair, Socos Labs
22nd Global Conference, “Driving Shared Prosperity,” on April 28-May 1, 2019
World-class experts in topics ranging from AI and biomedical innovation to eSports and education will convene at the 22nd annual Milken Institute Global Conference to explore novel, collaborative responses to the great questions of our time.
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