— Claudia Zanes, the former CEO at Zanes Law Group in Tucson, AZ, proudly announces she is sponsoring the 2018 Executive Ethics Symposium established by the University of Arizona's Eller College of Management. The 2018 Executive Ethics Symposium is a signature event for the Eller's Center for Leadership Ethics and will include a panel discussion of the ethical implications of artificial intelligence. As artificial intelligence and automation are expected to lead to the loss of 38 percent of all American jobs by the 2030s, according to PwC, every individual in the legal services industry and many others needs to be cognizant of these advances and their implications.
"Artificial intelligence elements are seen in every part of daily life, yet many individuals aren't aware of how this technology plays a role in their activities. They never consider the ethical implications of allowing this technology to influence their life. However, any time a person conducts a search on the internet, for example, artificial intelligence directs them to the information the system wishes them to have. What does this mean for the person conducting the search? This is one topic of many that may be addressed during the symposium," Claudia Zanes, a business consultant and business turnaround expert, explains.
Google Home and Amazon Echo devices are present in many households. As of June 2017, seven percent of individuals over the age of 12 in America owned one of these devices and the number continues to grow. This is only one example of how artificial intelligence is becoming commonplace and there are numerous others. Gartner predicts that within the next two years 85 percent of customer interactions will be handled by devices making use of artificial intelligence.
"The world is changing and becoming more dependent on machines that make use of artificial intelligence. Medical professionals are using the technology to help in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. The financial services industry is currently experimenting with the use of AI in credit scoring, and these are only two examples of how the technology may impact a person's life. Regardless of what field a person works in or where he or she lives, AI has an impact on their life," Zanes states.
Artificial intelligence is not going anywhere. In fact, Tractica estimates AI spending will increase to $59.8 billion by 2025, up from $1.4 billion in 2016. As a result, every person needs to be aware of the ethics involved when using this technology. The symposium will be of great help in achieving this goal.
"Learn more about the symposium today. Artificial intelligence can no longer be ignored. The more you know, the more you can determine how and when to let it impact your life. Everyone needs to take this into consideration and begin exploring this subject today," Zanes declares.
About Claudia Zanes Companies:
Claudia Zanes is a business consultant and business turnaround expert helping business clients around the U.S. She is also an active Angel Investor. Prior to starting her consulting company, Claudia was the CEO at Zanes Law Group in Tucson, AZ. She currently has business consulting clients in the legal services industry, the financial services industry, the real estate industry, and clients in the B2B services industry.
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