In this Ethics4NextGen Summit talk, Jason Corso explores the idea that AI is everywhere and rampant across different domains from finance to space travel to defense to banking to health care to education. The speaker discusses the importance of taking time to pause and understand the limitations of AI and what we need to think carefully about in order to achieve the full potential of AI technology without introducing further bias or other concerns or limitations of AI. In his view better data leads to better models or better AI systems – it’s exceptionally important to build data sets that have been sifted through, tested, and that ultimately we understand any intrinsic or implicit bias in those data sets. In this video, the panel discusses how supercritical the analysis part of data is, i.e. where you really touch the data to understand what’s happening. Jason then moves on to discuss the work he and his team at Vox 51 have been involved in with the Baltimore city police department, to better understand how video analytics can be integrated into helping to get the right data, to the right people, at the right time.