Artificial Intelligence:
Ethical Use Is Paramount

As the full potential of artificial intelligence is being explored and understood, industries are seeking ways to enhance the accuracy of AI while solving new classes of problems.

For example, insurers use AI to spot fraudulent claims and to assess property losses. Banks rely on it to understand consumer spending behavior and to catch fraudulent online transactions. The energy industry depends on AI to automate the drilling of unconventional energy resources like shale gas, which can trigger cost savings of $5 billion annually. However, with such powerful technology come concerns about its ethical usage. Can the business community self-regulate with training, testing, and disclosures? Or will it take government involvement? 

Learn how AI is being used to solve complex problems, such as those stemming from the pandemic, and what the future holds for this technology

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Verisk CEO Scott Stephenson discusses ethical AI

 

Why is ethical AI important?

 

How is Verisk employing ethical AI in its customer solutions?

 

Should AI be regulated?

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