Artificial Intelligence

It’s time to stop talking about ethics in AI and start doing it

A screen, part of night vision technology developed by BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to help autonomous vehicles navigate more safely at night, is seen during a demonstration for Reuters, in Haifa, Israel November 5, 2018. Picture taken November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen - RC16B4BD5B40

The race to build the first fully autonomous vehicle has brought ethical questions front and centre. Image: REUTERS/Amir Cohen

Dharmesh Syal
Chief Technology Officer, BCG Digital Ventures
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