Just like to share this article of an **interview with Ge Wang**, the new associate director of HAI at Stanford, in which he talked about his vision of a new direction in AI development where human well being should be the goal of AI developers, not just about optimization, efficiency, etc.
I remember not so long ago, questions were being asked about the impact of AI in our society. In particular, jobs lost to AI. The common answers given were that there will be better jobs to replace the old ones. Just as the industrial revolution started in the early 18 century, and the computer/digital disruption began in the 1960. There was also the dream of the AI future where human will not need to work. The increases in the GDP per capita would be able to support everyone.
We are here as a community of aspiring AI developers learning the craft, which direction you would like to drive the AI world?