A great deal of the success of any digital transformation has a lot to do with changing attitudes not pointing out workforce ineptitude. Something that is highlighted in this recent report on adoption of AI.
In the near future, AI will drive our cars, allocate public resources, screen job candidates, scan our faces and restock our fridges. Sometimes it already does these things. But as it’s use grows, so will regulation. While policy makers in the UK, Germany, France and the US are convinced about the need for new rules, there is no consensus on the approach they should take, or how effective regulation might be, according to a survey of 1000 tech policy experts carried out by YouGov on behalf of Clifford Chance and Milltown Partners.