Now is the time to recognise the opportunities, concerns and expectations in terms of the potential impact of Artificial Intelligence and to start to address them. KPMG launched a national dialogue to debate the issues surrounding Artificial Intelligence in Australia.
On 7 February 2019, KPMG convened the inaugural Future AI Forum in Australia. The initiative was designed to provide a productive opportunity for collaboration, accelerated thinking and critical reflection on solutions to the multi-faceted opportunities and challenges artificial intelligence presents our nation.
Read a summary of the key takeaways from the Future AI Forum.
A diverse range of over 100 participants made up of leaders from across business, government, technology and academia – all deeply involved in AI, its use, advantages and disadvantages – brought a holistic, community view to the issues before us.
From the forum it became clear that Australia needs a body to bring together the various discussions that are already happening within business, community and government organisations, to guide the development and use of AI in Australia.
If you would like to help progress this important work, please contact us.
As organisations, governments and individuals adopt artificial intelligence, ethical frameworks are required to maximise the benefits to society.
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