New Executive Order on AI Creates Guardrails, But Leaves Plenty of Open Road Left to Navigate

 

Should industries invested in AI development be worried about President Biden’s executive order on AI, or is this simply a framework to make the road easier to navigate?

President Biden has issued a landmark Executive Order to position America as a leader in safe, secure, and trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI), focusing on enhancing AI safety and security, protecting privacy, advancing equity and civil rights, and promoting innovation and competition. This comprehensive strategy includes new standards for AI development, measures to protect against AI-enabled risks, and initiatives to support consumers, workers, and international collaboration in AI governance.

How can industries navigate the complex landscape of AI in marketing while ensuring ethical standards and safety?

Aby Varma, AI-in-Marketing Expert at Spark Novus, emphasizes the importance of understanding AI models to create a framework that ensures ethical compliance, transparency, and security in AI applications.

“I think these guardrails will actually provide a framework for the industry, academia, and the government to collaborate and kind of thrive and accelerate when it comes to AI innovation,” Varma said.

Article written by James Kent

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