The A-Z of AI


For AI to understand the world, it needs to understand "you".

It’s impossible to teach a machine the complexity of what it means to be human.

You could give an AI system all the data in the world and it still wouldn’t reflect, or understand, every human being on the planet. We are multidimensional characters that sit outside the realm of 2-D data that machines use to make sense of things.

Many of the systems that shape our world also end up shaping our perception of ourselves.

AI systems are trained and guided by humans, from the developers and programmers who build them to the individuals who use them.

As such, it is up to each person to choose how they interact with AI systems and what information they feel comfortable sharing. How much you allow AI to learn about "you" is controlled by you.

Over time, as more of these AI systems show up in our lives, humans can help open them up to a more thorough understanding of the social nuances, contexts and relationships that make each of us unique.