Is artificial intelligence a threat? Experts weigh the risks
July 02, 2015
As several tech luminaries express worries about the future of AI, researchers met at a D.C. think tank to discuss whether advances could pose a threat.
David Stegon was a staff reporter for FedScoop and StateScoop from 2011-2014.
"U.S. Innovation" is a series highlighting speaker thoughts and ideas from The U.S. Innovation Summit, presented by FedScoop, held June 20, 2012, at The Newseum in Washington, D.C.
Symantec CEO Enrique Salem discusses innovation in this interview with FedScoopTV.
“When you think about innovation inside of a company like Symantec, what you have to do is think that innovation is not done by a small group of people in a small area or location. A lot of times people associate innovation with a small group of technologists. I think that is fundamentally wrong. Everyone inside the company is responsible and can drive innovation. You have to start with a culture that says innovation is important, great companies are built on innovation and we will reward it and recognize it.”
“There is tremendous opportunities because there are so many changes happening right now in technology. What do I mean by that? Mobility, cloud computing, these area of consumerization - I think these create great opportunities for innovation. I think we are in an environment where you can innovate in any of these new big areas.”
“If you want to inspire innovation you have to make it clear there is no bad idea. You want people to try things. You have to have people feeling like if they try and are not successful than that’s ok, because most ideas – most great innovation – is rarely one individual.”