“I think the biggest thing is loss of control. ... I mean, AI systems can provide a lot of great insights and suggestions and everything, but we want to be careful that we’re not letting them make all the decisions, too. We use AI capabilities in medical. You don’t want the system to make the diagnosis. You want them to provide all the insights so we humans can bring the other factors in to actually make final decisions.
“So I think the misconception is that if we’re working with AI, then we lose control and bad things can happen. And, you know, we don’t see [AI] as letting it take over; we see it as really working with and improving what humans do and humans still having the control.”
— Ben Stanley, global automotive research lead for the IBM Institute for Business Value