At the World Economic Forum in Davos last week, “technology for good” was one of the main topics on the agenda. Big Tech – companies like Microsoft and Google – have used their airtime to defend more regulation, especially in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). It is a broad term that applies to several different technologies, such as facial recognition. In recent years, the discussion in Davos has really focused on the impact that artificial intelligence and more automation can have on work, society, and privacy. Everyone, from governments to technology leaders, agrees that the development of AI must be done responsibly and carefully. And they agree that it should be regulated.