Last Updated: January 25. 2023, 17.41 IST
Nvidia Corp Chief Executive Officer Jensen Huang On Tuesday The burgeoning field artificial intelligence will provide powerful tools that will need legal regulation and social norms.
Huang One of the most prominent figures within artificial intelligence Nvidia’s chips are widely used in the field, including in a supercomputer that Microsoft Corp Built for startup OpenAI. Microsoft Monday It was making a multibillion dollar investment.
Huang At an event in which I was speaking StockholmWhere officials spoke Tuesday They were upgrading Sweden’s fastest supercomputer using tools from Nvidia It is important to develop, among others, a large-language model that will be fluent in Swedish.
“Remember, if you take a step back and think about all of the things in life that are either convenient, enabling or wonderful for society, it also has probably some potential harm,” Huang said.
Lawmakers Such as Ted Lieu?, Democratic Starting at California In the U.S. House Of RepresentativesThey have called for the establishment of an American federal agency to regulate AI. In A piece of opinion in the New York Times On Monday, Lieu It was argued that facial recognition systems used by law enforcement agencies could misidentify minorities.
Huang According to engineering standards bodies, they would have to set standards for building safe AI system. This is similar in nature to how medical bodies create rules for the safe practice and administration of medicine. But He said that laws and social norms will play a crucial role in AI.
“What is the social norm for using it? What the legal norms (are) for using it have to be developed,” Huang said. “Everything is evolving right now. The fact that we’re all talking about it puts us in a much better place to eventually end up at a good place.”
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