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Artificial Intelligence Programmed With Ethics

By   /  October 12, 2016  /  No Comments

altPer PRWeb, the American Institute of Artificial Intelligence is announcing the launch of the world’s first and most comprehensive Artificial Intelligence Governance Model and product.

Built by performing comprehensive literature reviews and analysis from several fields (Political Science, Sociology. Economics, Philosophy, Computer Science, Ethics, Theology, Law, Communications, Business, Finance, Neuroscience, and many others), the AI Governance Model is designed to address thousands of data points through multi-dimensional analysis.

To address public concerns, improve safety of humans, create transparency, and achieve social good and regulatory compliance, the model can be used by different types of entities including small, medium and large companies, government agencies, institutions and others.

The article goes on to say, “Recent research indicates that more than half of UK adults are worried about robots. Our top intellectuals and leaders have warned us that artificial intelligence can pose a serious threat to humankind. Even the White House is concerned and has organized various conferences on the topic. At the American Institute of Artificial Intelligence, we believe that the best way to advance artificial intelligence is to do it responsibly. The AI revolution is by far the greatest change in the history of human civilization and should be approached with the same respect and consideration as we approach nuclear technology and climate change.” said Al Naqvi, president of the American Institute of Artificial Intelligence.

Read more at PRWeb.

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