Sarah A. Sutherland Writes About the Way Forward After Another AI Hype Cycle Peak
In the world of AI, enthusiasm and hype have often been followed by disappointment, a topic Sarah A Sutherland explores for the CBA’s National Magazine in her article: Could an AI winter happen again?
In the article, Mark Doble, CEO of Alexi, shares his cautiously optimistic views about AI's progress while warning against placing too much confidence in the immediate capabilities of AI applications and emphasizing the need to temper expectations of what forms AI solutions may ultimately take and how they will impact our lives.
The key, according to Doble, is to embrace AI systems that incorporate human oversight without compromising reliability. By enabling these systems to incorporate feedback, continuous improvements can be achieved over time, making AI even more useful.
Looking to the future, while a correction in AI enthusiasm may be inevitable, research and development in the field will continue. This will lead to new working methods that have profound implications for various industries, including law, firms' profitability, and the accessibility of justice within communities.
Doble's insights and Alexi’s work, along with that of many other pioneering AI companies, assure us that AI's evolution will persist, transforming the way we work and live.
Read the full article here: Could an AI winter happen again?