We are focusing too much on the bad of Artificial Intelligence, in fact there is more good
Jane Hartley, the American ambassador to Britain, gave an interview to Amanpour where, among other things, she was asked about Artificial Intelligence as one of the most current topics.
Amanpour says, "Can I ask you about Artificial Intelligence (AI) since managing it is a priority for President Biden?"
Hartley answers: "Most people talk about the negative consequences that can come in the long term, like the risk of cybercrime for example. But the emphasis should also be placed on the lack of information or misinformation.
I think the most important thing to mention is the signature of 28 countries to cooperate in this area and share information. I think we should not get lost under the threats of AI, but we should also look at the positive effects. Whether we're talking about education or health care, we need to look at how the opportunity is being created for everyone to have their own unique, personalized cancer treatment based on their immunity."
And in fact, the news and the focus in general has been more oriented towards the negative consequences that can come with Artificial Intelligence, than towards the positive effects that it currently has, but also promises to have.