Google, IBM and Microsoft call for AI regulation
With the opening of the 2020 edition of the economic world forum in Davos this week, three tech giants are calling for the regulation of artificial intelligence.
Writing in the Financial Times, Sundar Pichai, head of Google, submits that AI is too important not to impose regulation and suggest that some areas like health require tailored rules (read the BBC News' article here).
Then IBM formally announced its Policy Lab, an initiative aimed at providing policymakers with recommendations for emerging problems in technology, wishing to “harness the benefits of innovation while ensuring trust” (read more on the unveiling of the Lab here).
Finally Microsoft president Brad Smith spoke at Davos of the importance of ''not wait(ing) for the technology to mature before we start to put principles, and ethics, and even rules in place to govern AI'' (read the GeekWire's article available here).
This content has been updated on 10 February 2022 at 16 h 01 min.
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