Anna van der Gaag on the future of AI in regulation: Ascend Radio
Anna van der Gaag
We’ve seen machine learning revolutionize sectors such as law, health care, and education, but regulation has been comparatively slow to follow. So how can regulators embrace AI to improve their regulatory decision making? And what should the future of AI in regulation look like? Anna van der Gaag, a visiting professor of ethics and regulation at the University of Surrey, joins Paul Leavoy to discuss.
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