Regulating AI: The urgent need for global safeguards
There’s been a lot of excitement about the power and potential of new generative artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT or Midjourney. But there’s also a lot to be worried about, like misinformation, data privacy, and algorithm bias, just to name a few.
On GZERO World with Ian Bremmer, cognitive scientist and AI researcher Gary Marcus lays out the case for effective, comprehensive, global regulation when it comes to artificial intelligence.
Because of how fast the technology is developing and its potential impact on everything from elections to the economy, Marcus believes that every nation should have its own AI agency or cabinet-level position. He also believes that global AI governance is crucial, so that AI safety standards are the same from country to country.
“We need to move to something like the FDA model,” Marcus tells Bremmer on GZERO World, “If you’re going to do something that you deploy on a wide scale, you have to make a safety case.”