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I fear in the drive to make AI better, the perfect may become the enemy of the good.
  • The European Union already has a law in place prohibiting machine decisions from affecting people’s lives. This legal system treats the use of AI as an evil by itself, even if the AI makes much better and more equitable decisions than a person would make. 
  • Risks associated with a new paradigm frighten us.
  • AI needs to be compared to the current system, not the ideal system.  Otherwise we will never leave our current sets of flaws behind.


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  • Humans are working artificial intelligence programs (AI) into business, government and daily life. Like with any new tool or technology, we start to see the initial technology flaws the more we are exposed to it. So we are now in the midst of a moment where AI is under the microscope, with policy makers picking apart AI contributions and demanding that AI meet high standards of performance and social consequence.
  • This is a healthy process. Society should always examine impactful tools and push for the tools to work better. However, I fear in the drive to make AI better, the perfect may become the enemy of the good.  Important AI solutions may be shunted aside because they do not meet all the social requirements placed on them, and our society will suffer without important, if imperfect, AI tools.


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AI needs to be compared to the current system, not the ideal system.  Otherwise we will never leave our current sets of flaws behind.
  • The European Union already has a law in place prohibiting machine decisions from affecting people’s lives. This legal system treats the use of AI as an evil by itself, even if the AI makes much better and more equitable decisions than a person would make. Are the Europeans really that afraid of new technology to label AI as a societal evil with no regard for the actual job that it performs or whether that performance is better for people than the old system? Apparently so. Now, as the Council of the EU works toward enacting an Artificial Intelligence Act, this clear prejudice against AI and machine learning could produce more illogical legislation.
  • Recent press reports claim that the US and Europe are falling further behind China in development and implementation of AI. It is clearly important that, unlike China, Western democracies promote the use of AI for moral purposes rather than population control. But Western governments should also avoid being too restrictive of AI, and should build AI rules comparing its value against the systems the AI is replacing rather than some perfect system that we aspire to. 


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