Davos 2020: Trust in AI - The Economic Driver of the Intelligent Economy
Over the past few years, the discussion around AI has revolved around the way it is disrupting the world and redefining every aspect of our day to day lives. As a strategic partner of the World Economic Forum, JD.com hosted a panel discussion on the topic of “Trust in AI – The Economic Driver of the Intelligent Economy”.
Not only is AI pushing the technical boundaries of the possible, it is also pushing us to think about the implications it will have on us humans, the society, the world. In the past year the notion of Trustworthy AI has taken center stage across all major tech companies and national AI agendas. There is often debate as to whether the notion of trust differs based on differences in Western or Eastern values and principals. The question then becomes, how does this impact companies operating and delivering product and services on a global scale?
The panel included Dr. Daniela Rus, Director, the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), MIT; Xue Lan, Professor; Dean, Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University; and Bowen Zhou, President of JD Cloud and AI, Chair of JD Technology Committee. Nicholas Thompson, Editor-in-Chief at WIRED moderated the discussion.
Watch the video here: