"Addressing the post, a focus on AI risk feels l..."


by Timothy Chu Dec 20 2016 updated Dec 20 2016

Addressing the post, a focus on AI risk feels like something worth experimenting with.

My lame model suggests that the main downside is that it risks the brand. If so, experimenting with AI risk in the CFAR context seems like a potentially high value avenue of exploration, and brand damage can be mitigated.

For example, if it turned out to be toxic for the CFAR brand, the same group of people could spin off a new program called something else, and people may not remember or care that it was the old CFAR folks.