President Biden acknowledged the potential advantages of AI in addressing social concerns like sickness and climate change in a meeting with science and technology advisers. He highlighted the necessity to handle any potential hazards to society, the economy, and national security through.
Also emphasized by President Biden was the detrimental effects that sophisticated technology, such as social media, may have on people's mental health, sense of self, and sense of hopelessness, particularly in young people. He urged the U.S. Congress to pass non-partisan privacy regulations that restrict the amount of personal information that technology companies can collect, forbid advertising that is specifically targeted at children, and give priority to health and safety when developing new products.
Furthermore, the Center for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Policy recently petitioned the United States Federal Trade Commission to prevent OpenAI from releasing new commercial versions of GPT-4, a language model that has both impressed and alarmed users due to its human-like ability to create written responses to prompts. As a result, the article provides an insightful overview of the current debate surrounding AI development and deployment, as well as the regulatory actions being taken to ensure its safe and responsible use.