A new generation of artificial intelligence tools will bring tremendous promise, but humans must regulate the technology and realize its limitations, a panel of experts told Madison business leaders this week.

The discussion on Wednesday, June 12, organized by the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, featured local experts from business, government and academia who expressed both excitement and trepidation about the ways AI will continue to transform everything from the way we work to the way we vote.

Existing AI tools, “trained” on massive data sets, can use data to respond to new situations or questions. Those tools are already being used, for example, to summarize lengthy documents, help nurses respond to a patients’ medical questions, or help state workers figure out whose unemployment insurance claims should be approved.

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