IJSRP, Volume 10, Issue 11, November 2020 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Abhishek Dutta, Nivedita Roy
The world, which was just globally flat (Friedman, 2005) earlier, has suddenly turned to ether and real-time decision making by systems has become the need of the hour. This transformation is ushering in the age of global digitization. This actuation towards transformation and digitization (Kapur & Wong, 2020) has motivated businesses to look towards artificial intelligence (Huang & Rust, 2018) or A.I., as the only relevant solution. However, A.I. is still young as a technology and in-spite of all the drive and advancements that we have seen in recent times, the technology is neither matured nor standardized and unbiased. Hence, formulating the theoretical principles for successful and safe A.I. adoption, has become a quintessential reality. This paper looks to review and deliberate on the issue and drive discussions to lay down the five fundamental principles for successful A.I. adoption, which will lessen the burden of bias, owing to this new technology incubation and utilization.