Artificial intelligence has changed the world and our daily lives. In the coming years, experts predict a meteoric growth in its use. Given the even greater role artificial intelligence is likely to play in our lives in the future, it is important for us to deliberate and discuss some important questions. This is in the best interest of governments, society, and individuals.
There are several unanswered questions that arise when it comes to regulating artificial intelligence. To begin with, should artificial intelligence be regulated at all? If yes, who should regulate artificial intelligence? Should industries using artificial intelligence be allowed to regulate themselves or should governments devise regulatory frameworks to regulate artificial intelligence? What should those regulations look like?
These are challenging questions, especially for a technology still in its development stages. We have two choices – either we could wait for the technology to mature further, or act proactively.