The need for AI common sense and basic safety measures

02/06/2023 | SAS

In a blog article, Reggie Townsend, Vice President of the SAS Data Ethics Practice and member of the EqualAI board and National Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee, writes that it's important to have a basic understanding of AI and its potential benefits and risks. Similar to our knowledge of electricity, we don't need to be experts to practice basic safety measures. AI common sense involves being aware of how AI affects our daily lives and the potential dangers it may pose. As AI capabilities continue to grow, promoting this basic understanding among the public is essential.

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