A concept that would have seemed like nothing more than an oxymoron not too long ago is now one that is commonly used: Artificial Intelligence (AI). Considering what passes for intelligence in much of the world, the artificial kind can look rather appealing, but like any trend it can carry its own drawbacks.
In his book “Connect: How Companies Succeed by Engaging Radically with Society,” John Browne, writing with Robin Nuttall and Tommy Stadlen, praises AI but cautions that there are serious risks associated with it.
These risks mean nonprofits should foster open debate about ethical and practical concerns and work closely with government to prepare the workforce for a very different future. The risks include:
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