Thursday, April 26, 2018
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
|Level: ||Business / Non-Technical|
Elon Musk famously compared artificial intelligence to “summoning the demon,” citing such potential threats as robots harming or killing humans. But the examples need not be so dramatic to demonstrate the need for regulation of AI. As I outline, the threats from AI are indisputably real, and regulation of AI is both inevitable and necessary. The question is: how should AI be regulated? In this presentation, I suggest potential frameworks for AI regulation and discuss the advantages and disadvantages offered by these frameworks. I also discuss both the probable domestic and international consequences of how America ultimately chooses to regulate artificial intelligence.
Dr. Amy Gershkoff is a seasoned Silicon Valley Executive who advises technology companies on innovation, growth, and data strategy. She is the former Chief Data Officer for Ancestry and Zynga. Earlier in her career, she led the Customer Analytics and Insights and Global Data Science teams at eBay. She is the former Head of Media Planning at Obama for America, where she designed the campaign’s advertising and analytics strategy. Gershkoff was named one of America’s “40 Under 40” leading entrepreneurs, one of the Top 50 Women to Watch in Tech, and one of San Francisco's Most Influential Women in Business. She holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University.