A Future Shaped by Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence holds the promise to help humans in nearly every aspect of their lives, but before it achieves that potential, IT leaders must address some concerns about the technology. At the CDW Core-to-Cloud SummIT in Las Vegas, we spoke with Judy Spitz of the Initiative for Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship in New York about how humans can work with machines fueled by AI.
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Matt McLaughlin, Editor, BizTech
Judy Spitz, Founding Program Director, Initiative for Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship in New York
- Judy Spitz says AI will augment human capability rather than replace human activity.
- Users of AI must be aware that biased data sets may lead to biased results.
- Collaboration initiatives in which AI and humans work together may yield the best results in AI-oriented projects.