While the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the legal profession has faced scrutiny in recent times, a more optimistic perspective is emerging concerning its role in addressing a critical societal issue: online child safety. Carl Szabo, Vice President of NetChoice and a Professor of Internet Law at George Mason University’s Scalia Law School, dives into the potential of AI as a tool to combat child exploitation.
The capabilities of AI, particularly its capacity to analyze vast amounts of data and discern patterns, offer a new frontier in the fight to protect children from exploitation and harm. Szabo advocates for a more positive outlook on the potential impact of AI on challenges ranging from illnesses like Alzheimer’s and obesity to the global issue of climate change. To gain a deeper understanding of the potential of AI in this critical area and its broader implications for societal progress, listen to the full interview with Carl Szabo here.