NUS Centre on AI Technology for Humankind launches manifesto on building a human-centred digital society
The Centre on AI Technology for Humankind (AiTH) at the NUS Business School has rolled out recommendations on how society and organisations should approach artificial intelligence (AI) in ways that truly promote human interests and well-being.
“Most of us interact with AI systems on a daily basis, even if we do not realise it. Many of these systems are focused on promoting human performance with the narrowly defined goal to increase efficiency, and hence productivity. But to make our tech efforts sustainable and build a truly humane and creative society, we need to focus on developing tech that optimises and enriches a variety of experiences that make us uniquely human. Our recommendations guide both individuals and organisations in their AI approach,” said Professor David De Cremer, Founding Director of AiTH.
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