As we stand on the cusp of yet another technological revolution in the form of ground breaking AI, we are constantly stalked by questions as to whether and how to govern these technologies in the future. The sheer complexity of AI technologies defies any simple attempt at articulating a clear set of policy issues underpinning the adoption and use of AI. Even in circles of “woke” policy analysts, informed discussions as to what AI policy should look like in the future have not gained much traction. However, it mustn’t imply that we should therefore just sit back and relax. AI technologies are growing too rapidly for us to underestimate the transformative impact that they are set to have on our lives. We cannot shy away from opening the Pandora’s box of AI policy and governance anymore.
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