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In the The Jetsons, the 1960s Hanna-Barbera cartoon series set in the future, Rosie the robot did the chores that nobody else cared to do – cleaning and cooking, scratching George Jetson on the back, and shooting basketball hoops with young Elroy.
Intelligent systems can use data to do things they weren’t originally programmed to do. With machine learning, a computer can apply rules to new situations and assess the outcome every time.
Now is the time to discuss the ethics of interactions between humans and machines.
We need a tech-literate population thinking differently about AI.
Predictive data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and automated decision-making (ADM) are gradually, almost unnoticed, entering the vocabularies of our news, and becoming part of our everyday lives.
AI doesn’t have all the answers – we’ll always need humans in on the design.