Gravyty co-founder and CTO Rich Palmer was recently featured on General Assembly Boston's panel "Artificial Intelligence For Good". Palmer was joined by Sara Saperstein of Mass Mutual, Dr. Nathan Johnson of Harvard Medical School, and Alfonso Carrillo Montiel of Global Alumni Education.
The goal of the panel was to examine the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in innovation, creativity, and advancement, and how this technology is being harnessed for a better tomorrow. Palmer touched on the ethical dimension of machine learning and the standards to which we hold software vs. the humans that made it:
Panelists were also asked "How do you define AI?" Palmer took a 'realist' view on the question, gdefining it as "replicating, augmenting, or replacing a particular function that took prediction for decision making".
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