Explainable AI is indispensable in areas where liability is an issue

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Certain animals and, in particular, humans have always been curious about the mysteries of the world. We have always shown interest in exploring the unknown, so that it becomes known. The necessity of discovery is likely inherent to our nature and it is possibly related to our limited time. Throughout the years, we have developed ways of communicating with each other and other animals. In particular, we have developed ways of saving and transferring information and knowledge. We have also developed ways of automating certain tasks, notably artificial intelligence, which is one of the most promising fields, given that it has the potential to enhance the quality of our lives. However, AI has also a few limitations and can also be dangerous. So, there is the need, more than ever, to attempt to solve these limitations and avoid the dangers.
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