As the world’s data grows, so does its propensity for AI-solutioning. This, like many tech-things, offers the promise of hope, growth, and excitement. This well-intentioned inclination does not shield AI-solutions from the ills that come with doing anything human; the possibility for harm, intentional or otherwise. Before we get into the consequences of AI, let’s spend some time understanding what we’re talking about.

What is AI? Generally (that is, philosophically), it is a computer/machine’s proximity to being human. There is a lot to unpack here, so we won’t right now, but instead let’s agree with the definition and add that…

Kerryn Gammie

Data scientist, aspirant AI ethicist interested in responsible AI-solutioning for human problems, big fan of cat videos

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