Microsoft's president says that the most concerned about AI is 'deep fake'
Brad Smith, President and Vice Chairman of Microsoft, said, ``The biggest concern about AI is deep fake.''
AI such as image generation AI and large-scale language models have appeared, and we often see AI in our daily lives. AI is so much involved in human life, but at the same time, there are harmful effects due to highly developed AI technology. Regarding the dangers of such AI,
AI may be the most consequential technology advance of our lifetime. Today we announced a 5-point blueprint for Governing AI. It addresses current and emerging issues, brings the public and private sectors together, and ensures this tool serves all society. https:/ /t.co/zYektkQlZy—Brad Smith (@BradSmi) May 25, 2023
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Smith presents a five-point outlook on AI public governance.
1: Implementation and construction of a new framework for government-led AI safety
2: Effective safety system for AI controlling critical infrastructure
3: Extensive legal regulatory framework based on AI technology and architecture
4: Promoting transparency and ensuring access to AI by academia and nonprofits
5: Pursue public-private partnerships to use AI
After presenting these five prospects, Smith said, ``We will have to deal with the problem of deep fakes. We need to take steps to prevent the use of AI to tamper with legitimate content to deceive or defraud people,' said Washington DC. I spoke at a lecture.
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``AI licenses should be obliged to provide physical security, cybersecurity, and national security to protect against threats,'' Smith said. ``A new generation of export controls will be needed to prevent AI models from being stolen or used in ways that violate national export control requirements,'' he said.
OpenAI's Sam Altman also argued at the US public hearing that 'regulation of AI is essential and government intervention is important.' Smith also said that humans should be responsible for the problems caused by AI, and called for safety measures to be taken, especially for AI that controls critical infrastructure such as water and electricity.
Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, said that ``AI regulation is essential'', and at the hearing, ChatGPT created a bill and surprised parliamentarians-GIGAZINE
In addition, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadira quoted and retweeted Smith's tweet, saying, 'We are committed to a comprehensive approach to ensuring that AI is built, deployed, and used in a safe, secure, and transparent manner at all times. We are approaching,” he said.
We are taking a comprehensive approach to ensure we always build, deploy, and use AI in a safe, secure, and transparent way. https://t.co/bV1ZWO2elj— Satya Nadella (@satyanadella) May 25, 2023
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