Artificial intelligence like ChatGPT and Google Bard ( AI) gets something to hear every day. While experts have already warned about the unnecessary use of AI.
AI can prove to be a threat to humans in the coming times. According to a survey, 42% of CEOs say that AI will dominate humans in 5 to 10 years.
In the coming days, the Modi administration may announce new rules to regulate AI tools. There is talk of regulating AI not only in India but also in Europe and America.
A framework will be developed by the government to address copyright issues and flaws in AI algorithms.
People who make art—such as writing or music—are also suffering greatly as a result of AI. This is an infringement on copyright.
According to Central IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, India would regulate AI tools through the adoption of international standards.
In this context, the European Union and China have already released draught AI regulating rules.
Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, has expressed concerns about the potential impact of ChatGPT on human jobs and the labour market. However, Altman also believes that AI has the potential to create numerous high-quality jobs.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and Twitter, has gone even further, stating that AI poses a greater danger than poorly designed aircraft or cars. Musk has warned that AI has the potential to lead to the destruction of civilization and humanity itself.
Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, has also voiced his concerns about the severe threats posed by artificial intelligence. Schmidt has highlighted the potential for large-scale harm and loss of life, as well as the emergence of significant cyber issues related to AI.
Samsung, a renowned smartphone manufacturer, recently implemented a ban on the use of ChatGPT and other AI tools by its employees. This decision was made in response to the discovery of sensitive code leaks on the AI platform. Italy has also temporarily banned the use of ChatGPT for a month.
Several nations, including China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Italy, Syria, and Cuba, have already implemented bans on AI. These countries claim that AI is responsible for the proliferation of false information and misleading narratives. In addition, AI is prohibited by companies such as Amazon and various US banks.