When we think about artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, it’s usually “us versus them”, says Dr Catherine Ball. But according to her, that’s not the case at all.
The rise of things like wearable and implantable technologies mean people need to rethink their relationship with AI and robotics. What’s needed for this to happen?
We asked Dr Catherine Ball ahead of her appearance at the upcoming Australian Engineering Conference to explain what the future looks like when AI and people work, live and play together.
There will be a panel discussion about human-AI interactions and the ethical implications at the upcoming Australian Engineering Conference. To register, click here.