Ai Regulation News
It seems that Europe’s colonial mindset just refuses to die. After dictating how various aspects of tech should be used for ages, it now wants to set the tone and guidelines for how other countries, especially in Asia regulate AI
The United Nations Security Council will start discussing the challenges AI poses to humanity and global peace. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres suggests that we have an international AI body like we have one for atomic energy, the IAEA
Frankenstein’s AI: ChatGPT creator to make a team to keep super-intelligent AI bots under human control
ChatGPT creator OpenAI is worried that they have made a monster by popularising AI. Now, they are planning to create a team of human engineers and AI experts, who will be tasked to keep super intelligent AI bots under human control
If India is to become a $1 trillion economy, it has to become the go-to destination for the world in all aspects of technology. For that, the Digital India Act will prove to be the cornerstone
Although the EU's plans date back to 2021, the draft rules took on greater urgency when ChatGPT exploded onto the scene last year, showing off AI's dizzying advances and possible risks.
Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, and one of AI's most prominent faces will be visiting India sometime this week as part of his world tour. In India, he is expected to meet with some of our ministers and see how he can help in creating regulatory framework of AI
People who developed AI are not happy with how it has turned out to be. Yoshua Bengio, one of the key figures in AI's development as we know it today, is now wracked with guilt. Bengio joins Geoffrey Hinton, another prominent AI figure who is aworried.
Sam Altman, the founder CEO of OpenAI and the creator of ChatGPT has signed a statement along with some of the world's top most AI researchers, claiming that AI is more dangerous that nuclear war and pandemics, and therefore needs to treated as such
NVIDIA's stock rise has ensured that the US can't possibly regulate AI in a meaningful way. The EU has been too strict, almost stifling with its Digital Services Act. For China, regulating means limiting or simply banning it. Therefore, India needs to step up
Canadian privacy regulators are launching a joint investigation into OpenAI, probing if the company has obtained proper consent for collecting, using, and disclosing personal information from Canadian residents via ChatGPT.
OpenAI's CEO Sam Altman has been very vocal in the need to regulate AI and have laws around AI. However, the EU's AI Act is very stringent and has been accused of stifling innovation. If regulations remain overbearing, OpenAI will pull ChatGPT out of Europe.
No elections safe from AI, deep fake photos, videos of politicians to become common, warns former Google top boss
Google's former CEO, Eric Schmidt, has warned that no democratic election can be free from AI's interference, unless governments across the world, work actively to curb misinformation and deep fakes. He is also calling for strict regulations on AI.
US lawmakers are grappling with what guardrails to put around burgeoning artificial intelligence, but months after ChatGPT got Washington's attention, consensus is far from certain
The White House has revealed that they are ready with a plan to regulate AI. The effort will be led by VP Kamala Harris. The idea is to get companies like Google, Microsoft, and ChatGPT's founder OpenAI, to participate in a public review.