Driverless: How much control would you give to an AI system?
26 October 2020
How do you deliver an AI system that is as good as a human at adapting to new situations?
PwC is sponsoring the Science Museum’s ‘Driverless: who is in control?’ exhibition, which explores how the AI-driven technology of autonomous vehicles is shaping the behaviour and society of tomorrow.
Organisations globally are recognising the need for responsible AI. According to our 2020 AI predictions report, only about one-third of respondents have fully tackled risks related to data, AI models, outputs, and reporting. This is why PwC has developed a Responsible AI toolkit to help you harness the power of AI in an ethical and responsible manner. If we as humans find it difficult to decide on ethical and moral responsibilities, how can we programme an AI system to deliver those actions on our behalf?
Driverless technologies are a growing market - from drones to autonomous vehicles we’re seeing more interest than ever from our clients who want to understand these technologies and prepare for the potential impacts on their business. Supporting the exhibition helped us build trust in these emerging technologies by tackling some of the most difficult questions about the future of autonomous vehicles.
Hear from our AI Cloud Technology Lead, Dr Nick Silversides, on how AI can be used in business to help build trust in society and solve important problems.
The Driverless exhibition has been extended until 5th January 2021.
- Driverless: Who is in control?
- PwC’s responsible AI
- Artificial Intelligence everywhere
- The role of AI in achieving the global Sustainable Development Goals