- Sundar Pichai agreed – Through this technique, many complex problems of the world can be solved.
- He said- We have to make sure that this technology is available to all.
SAN FRANCISCO: Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai say Artificial Intelligence (AI) is possible to solve many problems, but it also has to be cautious. He wrote in an editorial for The Financial Times that many companies like ours cannot just promote new technology. They will also decide how the market forces use it. We need to strike a balance between its profit and loss. Microsoft’s President, Brad Smith and Tesla CEO Elon Musk have also expressed concern.
Pichai said, “The question arises as to how AI should be adopted. It has to be vigilant about the issues involved in life, which can be ignored. We have to ensure that this technology is available to all Pitchai took over as CEO of Google’s parent company Alphabet last month. He replaces the company’s co-founder Larry Page.
‘Need to strike balance between potential profit and loss of AI’
Pichai said that for AI we need to take a different approach. For this, Google will invest in expertise, experience and tools. We have to be careful about what can go wrong. By adopting technology, we need to strike a balance between its potential disadvantages and advantages. For example, for self-driving we need to make a suitable rule, while in the field of healthcare we need to prepare a framework.