It is risky to view and evaluate AI solely from a technological perspective. However, the philosophical, psychological, and sociological aspects are at least as necessary.
We must take a holistic and interdisciplinary view of AI. Only in this way can we ensure that it does not pose a danger.
Therefore, we need more people with robust computational statistics and machine learning skills who do not come from computer science, math, or physics backgrounds but human-, social-, life- or environmental sciences. This would immensely enrich and benefit the development of AI.
“Many are concerned about the lack of AI Experts. The lack of ‘real’ Thinkers & Philosophers is even more alarming.”