Debevoise & Plimpton Discusses the Myth of Artificial Intelligence Errors

Machines are increasingly making important decisions that have traditionally been made by humans, such as who should get a job interview or who should receive a loan. For valid legal, reputational, and technical reasons, many organizations and regulators do not fully trust machines to make these judgments by themselves. As a result, humans usually remain involved in AI decision making, which is referred to as a “human-in-the-loop.” For example, in the detection of skin cancer, the process may now involve an AI machine reviewing a photograph of a mole and making a preliminary assessment of cancer risk, followed by a … Read more