House of Lords launches artificial intelligence inquiry
The House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence is asking for contributions to its inquiry and is looking for pragmatic solutions to the issues presented, and questions raised by the development and use of AI in the present and the future.
Some of its questions include the current state of AI; development over the next five to 20 years; regulations; and whether the current level of excitement surrounding AI is warranted.
Lord Clement-Jones, chairman of the select committee, says AI is “increasingly seizing the attention of industry, policymakers and the general public” and its inquiry seeks to understand the opportunities and risks.
It’s very open as the House of Lords states it wants the help of the widest range of people and organisations.
The deadline for the submission of written evidence is 6 September 2017.
Click here to find out how to submit evidence.