Introducing the AI specialist who believes we should reduce our reliance on Artificial Intelligence.
This expert has studied the implications of AI and has come to the conclusion that we should be more mindful of how we use it. They argue that AI can be a powerful tool, but it should be used with caution and restraint. They believe that AI should be used to enhance our lives, not replace them.
This specialist has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of AI and is passionate about helping people understand the potential risks and rewards of using AI. They are a great resource for anyone looking to learn more about the implications of AI and how to use it responsibly.
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> One of the things I realized, as a cancer patient, was that the doctors and nurses and health-care workers who supported me in my diagnosis and recovery were so amazing and so crucial. **I don’t want a kind of sterile, computational future where you go and get your mammogram done and then a little red box will say This is probably cancer.** That’s not actually a future anybody wants when we’re talking about a life-threatening illness, but there aren’t that many AI researchers out there who have their own mammograms.
If the AI can detect cancer, any cancer better than a doctor, or the AI nudges a doctor who thinks it’s not cancer and makes them look again. I want the AI regardless of how ‘sterile’ it is because you know, catching cancer early is a good thing.
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> Her central claim is that using technical tools to address social problems without considering race, gender, and ability can cause immense harm.
I am so fucking sick of hearing about it already. I don’t see any good broad use for this chicanery.