Satya: If you start with the assumption that AI’s benefits have to be about augmenting human capability – it is in assistive technology. “Wow, someone who’s got visual impairment can now see … or someone who’s got dyslexia can read.”
It would be so meaningful to say, “AI is finally that technology that truly brings inclusiveness,” especially in a world where we’re talking about AI as possibly creating so much displacement. We could instead direct AI to create true inclusion in our society and full participation in our society.
A lot of this comes even from my own son’s experience. Because I have a special needs kid. He’s locked in. And I always think, “If only he could speak!” So, when somebody talks about brain-machine connection, I say, “Wow, now think about what that could do!”