President Joe Biden has urged tech companies to be careful with AI development and ensure their products are safe before launching in public.
Artificial intelligence has been a topic of interest since ChatGPT, the AI chatbot with eerily human-like responses, burst into the scene. Many tech companies are now rushing to release their rival offerings, but US President Joe Biden wants them to be careful and make sure that their products are safe before opening them up to the public.
According to AP and Reuters, the president has met up with his science and technology advisors, including executives from Google and Microsoft, to discuss the "risks and opportunities" of artificial intelligence. While the meeting likely won't culminate in a banning of ChatGPT like what happened in Italy, the president doesn't seem to be convinced that AI is perfectly safe at this point in time.
The president emphasized the importance of protecting rights and safety to ensure responsible innovation and appropriate safeguards. The meeting has set the stage for a national dialogue on the topic by elevating attention to AI. The Biden administration also released its Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights last year, which is meant to guide the design and deployment of AI and other automated systems in a way that protects the American public in the age of artificial intelligence.
AI has the potential to help deal with some very difficult challenges like disease and climate change. Still, it also has to address the potential risks to our society, our economy, and our national security.
Tech companies have a responsibility to make sure their products are safe before making them public, and it's encouraging to see the US government taking steps to ensure that AI is developed responsibly and safely.
With a mixture of literature, cinema, and photography, Manish is mostly traveling. When he is not, he is probably writing another tech news for you!
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