If we want to deploy AI in the real world, we need to think about “change management” issues. Eg if users think that AI threatens their jobs or adds extra hassle, then uptake will be slow. This has been a problem for AI and statistical algorithms since the 1950s.
People who search for me in Google see a Google-generated box which incorrectly says that I am Israeli. Google has ignored my complaints about this; they dont seem to care about the accuracy of their content-production algorithm. Which is ethically pretty dubious!
There is a lot of hype around deep learning. especially at business-oriented AI events. I suggest some questions to think about for companies who are considering using DL.
Ehud’s guidelines for evaluating AI systems: keep it simple, keep it ethical, be careful, do proper stats, and be skeptical