THE GOAL OF THE BRAIN IS TO SUPPORT DECISION MAKERS IN THEIR EFFORTS TO GOVERN AI TECHNOLOGIES IN THE BEST POSSIBLE MANNER
• Developing actionable and implementable recommendations to advance strategies, policies and regulations for the regional and national governments, European Union and international organizations.
• Facilitating goal-oriented cooperation between decision makers, entrepreneurs and academia with tangible policy results.
• Enabling multilateral and bilateral exchange of best practices helping to face strategic AI challenges.
• Building awareness of current and future AI technology implications on social and economic environment.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS THE NEW ELECTRICITY
In the coming years, it will change the way we work, pay, commute, communicate, heal and secure ourselves. Self-learning algorithms may significantly help us to raise the level of overall wealth, as well as to reduce harmful environmental effects and support sustainable growth. Optimisation provided by AI may be able to redefine the work-life balance dilemma or challenge the main transportation problems. But with great power comes great responsibility. This responsibility stays in the hands of decision makers and industrial leaders.
Advancements in the domains of machine learning, deep learning and neural networks are already changing the technological capabilities of AI-based solutions. Today’s AI systems are more accurate than the average person in the terms of object detection or speech recognition. Due to technological developments, more and more products and services are making use of big data harvested by self-learning algorithms. AI-powered solutions are efficient, profitable and scalable. But as the recent fatal accident caused by an autonomous Uber vehicle has proven, they also bring challenges to be addressed. In the end, AI is what we make of it.
In the coming years, the times of the Wild Wild West for AI will irreversibly come to an end. Many international actors are already attempting to shape the agenda for the future consensus. Amongst the most active are both national players such as the US, China or France and the UK, as well as global technological companies with their AI-first strategies.
To inform this ongoing debate, we have created …
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Robert Siudak, robert.siudak_at_ik.org.pl
Barbara Sztokfisz, barbara.sztokfisz_at_ik.org.pl
DIRECTOR OF PARTNERSHIPS
Dominik Skokowski, dominik.skokowski_at_ik.org.pl