If the models of artificial intelligence aren’t explainable, then specialists (e.g. in medicine) must fully trust the technology, even though their signature is below the diagnosis. We are working on a system in our Laboratory which will be able to answer what forms the basis of its predictions. Monika Redzisz talks to Piotr Sobecki, the manager and the team leader of the Applied Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
It would be unethical to create an ideal man, forcefully adjusting him to societal expectations. I don’t do that – says one of the most famous Polish neurosurgeons in a conversation with Monika Redzisz.
“Although machines do dirty work for us, our dependence on them costs us time, poor relations with other people, loss of serenity and lack of attention. And we will pay even more,” says Dominika Bettman, CEO of Simens Polska, in the interview by Robert Siewiorek.
Professor Włodzisław Duch: Good education is key to the success of every strategy connected with AI.
Prof. Halina Kwaśnicka: Artificial intelligence in Polish medicine? Sure, but give us access to data.