Why MIT dean for digital learning Cynthia Breazeal and 50 over 50 founders say beware of AI ‘hallucination’
Founders of AI innovations, entrepreneurs and science experts on the Forbes '50 over 50' list are advocating for responsible use of AI. Among them, Cynthia Breazeal, the dean for digital learning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who also works with the Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab (J-WEL), emphasised the importance of keeping humans involved in AI processes and employing engineers to ensure AI does not make mistakes. She remains aware of the consequences of using the technology and finds a balance between innovation and public safety.
Cynthia reminds entrepreneurs that AI is not essential and stresses that reaching success is about having the right business model. It is clear that AI demands caution, which is why the experts are actively educating and warning against its potential misuse.