AI’s beneficial outcomes are a possibility that we need to work hard for; some of its risks are already a certainty that we have to manage and mitigate. BetweenBrains offers an unbiased, truth-seeking, multi-disciplinary lens that guides the reader through the depths of AI and its transversal impact.
Our low-trust societies are being put to an unprecedented stress test by the proliferation and weaponization of AI. The rules of the AI age necessitates new collaborative structures of trust to be built by and between AI leaders and citizens. BetweenBrains outlines a pragmatic vision of a human-centric and trustworthy AI paradigm.
The key dilemma of our age is what kind of AI do we need, what purpose should it serve, and, ultimately, who is in charge. BetweenBrains argues that the solution should be less “Artificial”, but “Augmented Intelligence”, with a purpose that taps into the best of machine intelligence, inseparable from human wisdom.