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Can We Build Trustworthy AI?

AI isn't transparent, so we should all be preparing for a world where AI is not trustworthy, write two Harvard researchers.

  • Nathan Sanders and Bruce Schneier
  • Gizmodo
  • May 4, 2023

We will all soon get into the habit of using AI tools for help with everyday problems and tasks. We should get in the habit of questioning the motives, incentives, and capabilities behind them, too.

Imagine you’re using an AI chatbot to plan a vacation. Did it suggest a particular resort because it knows your preferences, or because the company is getting a kickback from the hotel chain? Later, when you’re using another AI chatbot to learn about a complex economic issue, is the chatbot reflecting your politics or the politics of the company that trained it?…

Sidebar photo of Bruce Schneier by Joe MacInnis.