We are all witnessing a revolution in the progress of artificial intelligence (AI) and its adoption. AI’s latest content creation capabilities have created an enormous interest in the media and the public.
By: Apostol Vassilev
ChatGPT most recently demonstrated an astonishing ability to generate coherent text when you ask it to write an essay or answer a question. Along with excitement, many ethical questions immediately popped up. Are these systems able to reason on par with humans? Are they aware of the content they generate? Are their answers fair and unbiased?
But AI is not just about chatbots anymore. Even if you’ve never used a tool like ChatGPT, AI is already affecting your life. AI may have been used in your doctor’s office or bank without you even knowing.
Here too, we need to worry about the same issues, including:
robustness and resilience.
These are all part of what’s known as trustworthy AI.
As the power of AI grows, businesses, governments and the public will have to manage AI’s impact on society.