US plans to take strict action against artificial intelligence misuse – Breaking News
It was reported in the US media that Lina Khan, chair of the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), had met with officials from the Justice Department, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
According to the joint statement released after the meeting, the meeting discussed efforts to take precautions against the unfair, misleading or abusive use of artificial intelligence.
A commitment was made to “defend the principles of rights, justice and equality” against the misuse of artificial intelligence robots, which have become widespread in everyday life.
While it was pointed out that artificial intelligence could be useful in certain areas, it was also stressed that it could be used unlawfully and lead to discrimination.
Pointing out that rapidly developing artificial intelligence and similar systems will be used in accordance with US law, it warned that they will take strict action against the misuse of artificial intelligence robots.
“WE WILL NOT HELP WITH OUR AUTHORITIES”
“We are already seeing artificial intelligence increase fraud and discrimination. We will not hesitate to use our full powers to protect Americans from these threats,” said FTC Chairman Khan. used the phrase.
Khan noted that technological developments can bring important innovations and said, “However, these innovations should not be a cover for illegal practices. Artificial intelligence is not above the law.” made the statement.
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To accelerate its AI breakthroughs, Microsoft teamed up with OpenAI, the developer of the artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT.
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, introduced its new technology called “Bard” in February, which could rival ChatGPT.
US e-commerce giant Amazon has also announced new technologies to help other companies develop their own chatbots and services to create AI-powered products.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, SpaceX and Twitter, also announced that he will launch a platform called “TruthGPT” to challenge artificial intelligence chatbots developed by Microsoft and Google.
In an open letter signed by more than 1,000 people, including Elon Musk, published last month by the nonprofit Future of Life Institute, the development of advanced artificial intelligence robots is being held back until common safety protocols for artificial intelligence robot designs are developed and implemented and checked by independent experts, suspension was requested.