The Naivety of AI – Read an Extract from The Executive Guide to Artificial Intelligence

DisruptionMy friends at Disruption Magazine have published an extract from my book, The Executive Guide to Artificial Intelligence, on their site. The piece discusses the curious question of the inherent naivety of artificial intelligence – the idea that, although AI can, for example, seemingly recognise pictures of dogs, it doesn’t (and will never) fundamentally know what a dog is. The anthropomorphising of AI’s capabilities (thinking that they actually think like us) is a risk that needs to be carefully managed when designing and rolling out applications for AI.

You can read the full extract here, and you can buy my book from Amazon or directly from the publisher, Palgrave MacMillan.

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