The idea that artificial intelligence would ultimately succeed was long thought of as science fiction. However, thanks to recent breakthroughs, many AI milestones, which experts viewed as decades away merely five years ago, have now been reached. This excitement has seen many companies invest in AI initiatives without the proper infrastructure in place. For this reason, multiple initiatives have failed and a hesitancy around such investment has emerged.
What’s more, CSIRO’s Data61 recently completed their national consultation for an Australian Ethics Framework for artificial intelligence, establishing industry feedback for the proposed framework. This highlighted the growing need for consensus around ethical use of AI and its governance. However, what does practical application of this framework look like? This panel will break down realistic expectations around AI as well as its ethical usage.
· Is AI a fallacy? What we have been sold and what is the realistic capability?
· Setting realistic expectations when building your data and digital strategy
· What does ethical use of AI mean?: Key takeaways from the framework for AI development
· How can regulators and organisations increase collaboration to create clear structures for AI accountability?