Read why Ulrik Juul Christensen says that policymakers need not fear artificial intelligence on Forbes :
While fear can drive a desire among some policymakers to limit artificial intelligence (AI), the hope and promise of this advanced technology — including to create new jobs — cannot be overlooked. To capitalize on that potential, education must be a central part of the policy debate to ensure that more people are equipped with the skills they need to use and collaborate in an AI-enabled world. Given the extent of AI’s disruption across business, transportation, health, safety, education, and more, there is an increased desire to govern it. For example, at the MIT AI Policy Conference earlier this year, government, business, and research leaders flagged social and ethical issues related to AI that they believe should be addressed at the policy level.
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