Artificial intelligence, usually thought of as substituting human endeavour, should be conceived as a way of enhancing it for all.
Since AI involves interactions between machines and humans—rather than just the former replacing the latter—’explainable AI’ is a new challenge.
The coronavirus crisis demands a regulatory framework for the application of AI to protect public health without jeopardising human rights.
Once we recognise the human was never outside of artificial intelligence, we can use it to help create a digital society for the common good.
Sociologist Elena Esposito suggests shifting the focus of artificial intelligence to machines as communication partners. Interview by Florian Butollo.