The growing enthusiasm for Artificial Intelligence (AI) is unquestionable and well documented. CEOs marvel at the potential of AI and deep learning to perform cognitive functions such as problem solving and reasoning – functions previously undertaken only by people.
Rather than making us redundant, all the evidence says that AI amplifies our potential. Infor’s Rick Rider explains how AI can make us better at being human.
But along with the AI hoopla are visions of millions of workers being displaced and demeaned by their own irrelevance and obsolescence. However a growing body of experience and research is pointing to another reality, one in which AI makes us better at being human. In doing so, AI will drive and amplify human potential, not destroy it.