- But I do not want the book to be misunderstood as an argument to replace all people with algorithms. However, we can learn to make better decisions using algorithms. For algorithms have no noise. They consistently do a better job when a decision is based on big data, for example when it comes to bail decisions in US lawsuits. How do you view recent years' research on bias in artificial intelligence and algorithms? - Personally, I am not particularly concerned about this. It can be solved pretty easily. It is much easier to reduce bias in artificial intelligence than to reduce bias in humans.
I also think that bias problems can be solved pretty easily. I think we will be able to replace everyone with algorithms, but that it will take a while. Quantum computer with the right programs will be able to do a lot.