Just saw this report on AI/ ML adoption and was surprised that the #1 risk associated with implementing these technologies was overwhelmingly "unexpected outcomes/ predictions". My guess would have been security or ethics. Any thoughts on why this is the case? Report: https://get.oreilly.com/rs/107-FMS-070/images/AI-Adoption-in-the-Enterprise-2020.pdf?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiT0RRMlpHTTNPREEzTldSaSIsInQiOiJXV0JkZkI4TndxYmdLK1luZms2cjRvQU9YcEtsN01PMjVEMXRTK2FmZk50bDZJTFh0NDBVWXhQK1dDQ29QY0lzUUc0ZUNyZjBiWis5SXpJdlwvYlBNRzNMWVhxQjQ0QVhQNDZjRlRDMmdCOHl1Yk1CZUZoQUNVcTgramE0dkhUNEUifQ%3D%3D

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning I wonder if that's because one begets the other? As in, an unexpected outcome could be that the data is manipulated and used in a way that's not secure or the prediction is simply wrong, which causes the company to make a decision that is ethically wrong?

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I wonder if that's because one begets the other? As in, an unexpected outcome could be that the data is manipulated and used in a way that's not secure or the prediction is simply wrong, which causes the company to make a decision that is ethically wrong?