Sam speaks with Danit Gal, a consultant and researcher in ethics in artificial intelligence (AI). She describes “AI ethics with Chinese characteristics,” argues that the government is skeptical of true partnerships and discusses the importance of feminizing technology.
While China’s facial recognition technology ranks among the world’s best, says Jeffrey Ding of the Future of Humanity Institute University of Oxford, in many other areas of AI, China still lags behind the U.S.
Kai-Fu Lee, author of the new book “AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order,” speaks to YCW about global trends in AI, data protection, and misconceptions about technology in China.
Danit Gal tells us about the implications of AI in China , a “do it first, and regulate later” mentality, and which Chinese companies are prone to win the AI race.
Rarely does a week go by in China without news of a startup building “AI for x” announcing an eye-popping funding round, or a government agency moving to adopt AI-based technologies in the name of governance or the economy. In