ITN Business spoke to Andrew Strait, Associate Director at Ada Lovelace Institute and Francine Bennett, its Interim Director, to discuss creating the right kind of regulation for AI, to ensure its safety and positive impact.

As AI technology develops, its use should be made available for everyone, not just the few, with privileges equally distributed and experienced. So says the Ada Lovelace Institute, an independent research institute that engages with industry, government and communities.

“How do you create that kind of environment, where you have safety testing at various stages of the development process, modes of liability and redress when things go wrong, and modes of recall when there are cases of bad AI in the market.” — Andrew Strait

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