One team has called for AI companies to be held accountable for their AI work and for governments to regulate AI more effectively. In a letter signed by others, including Yoshua Bengio and Geoffrey Hinton, the group outlined the potential harms of AI technology.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) was liked a lot by people in the beginning, although it still remains the first choice of the people. AI is being considered as the biggest innovation in technology but this AI is now becoming a headache. The surprising thing is that those who created AI are now so afraid of it that they are talking about banning it. About two dozen AI experts, AI scientists, and researchers (including 3 godfathers of AI) have said that if AI is not stopped in time, it can cause huge destruction.
Demand for regulation from the government
One of their teams has called for AI companies to be held accountable for their AI work and for governments to regulate AI more effectively. In a letter signed by others, including Yoshua Bengio and Geoffrey Hinton, the group outlined the potential harms of AI technology.
Can make humans weak
In the letter issued by the group, it is written that AI systems are working better than humans. If such technologies are not carefully designed and developed, they may pose a number of risks at the societal level. AI can increase social injustice, destroy social stability, and weaken humans.
The group suggested measures to regulate
The group has also suggested some measures to control AI. The group believes this should be implemented to better protect against the dangers of AI. The group has asked all the governments of the world to create AI labs to monitor and monitor AI. Apart from this, the group has said that a license should be required to release AI so that companies release their AI models as per the government rules.
Had left the Google job
Both Bengio and Hinton have been vocal about AI from the beginning. Let us remind you that Hinton had raised his voice against the misuse of AI for deepfakes, fake photo videos, and voice clones, after which he had to leave his job at Google.