Artificial intelligence and the importance of civics
What's more important to fight AI-enabled disinformation: policies or social norms?
Eileen Donahoe, executive director of Stanford University's Global Digital Policy Incubator, believes we haven't done enough on the cultural level and in terms of civic education.
But, should governments ban AI? She's on the fence when asked during a Global Stage livestream conversation hosted by GZERO in partnership with Microsoft.
On the one side, Donahoe understands those like Larry Diamond, her partner at Stanford, who want to put a stop to it all before AI ryuins democrac. On the other, Donahue also believes that the founders of OpenAI are genuinely commitment to the future of humanity.
Watch the full Global Stage conversation: AI at the tipping point: danger to information, promise for creativity