The Quest for an AI Ethics Holy Grail
There is no single, universally agreed-upon Holy Grail of AI ethics, but key objectives and challenges are being addressed.
“Some things must be believed before they can be seen.”
– Guy Kawasaki, marketing guru
The Holy Grail is a legendary and mythical object of great significance in Christian and Arthurian legends. It is typically described as a sacred and elusive relic, often depicted as a chalice or cup, said to have various mystical powers and associations. The Holy Grail is most commonly known for its appearance in Arthurian legend, particularly in the stories of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
In Arthurian legend, the Holy Grail is often portrayed as the ultimate quest and symbol of purity, divine knowledge, and spiritual enlightenment. Knights would embark on perilous adventures in search of the Grail, and it was believed that only the purest and most virtuous could hope to find it and unlock its mysteries.
In popular culture and literature, the quest for the Holy Grail has become a symbol of the pursuit of an elusive and noble goal, often referred to metaphorically as a "Holy Grail" when describing the ultimate objective or achievement in various fields or endeavors.
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