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What do you think we should do about regulation in AI? And what role does Eightfold play in all this?
I think like any important technology, any important development in our society, as they say, with great power comes great responsibility. And AI is one of those things. AI is extremely powerful. It can do a lot. But if you’re not being responsible with it, you may not go too far with it right.
Now there’s debate going on. Around who is responsible is when they’re responsible. Is the buyer of this technology responsible or someone else?
And frankly, the answer is all of this. As a candidate, it is my responsibility to ensure that I’m providing the right data. As an employer. It is my responsibility that when I’m using these systems, I’m using them in a way that we they are designed and not misusing them, using it to reduce the bias versus perpetuate the bias.
But these are complex systems. These are complex technologies, expecting everyone in the world to know the intricacies and the details of these is high.
So I see that these regulations as a good thing provided did not hinder the development and innovation over here. Ai should be developed a with transparency in mind. Ai should be developed with right analytics so that you can see how these systems are behaving. What are they doing is the intended use of of these systems the way they are designed, but then all three of us like vendors, users, and employers should take the responsibility to make sure that these systems are designed.