1.WHAT ABOUT AI RELATED BILL?
Any technology that affects people’s rights should fall within the bill. The 27-member EU is
taking a more tortuous path in trying to define a vast area. The bill lists the types of approaches
defined as AI, which includes nearly any computing system involving automation. The rise of Silicon
Valley giants has brought a resurgence of AI processing programs and algorithms. Both the EU and
the US have concluded that the AI Bill is over 100 pages long.
2.WHY NEWYORK UNIVERSITY NEED HIGH REGULATION FROM AL ?
New York University told AFP that regulation was desperately needed. He points out that
“big language models,” the AI behind things like chatbots, translation tools and text recognition
software, can be used to create harmful disinformation.
Other experts broadly welcome the US approach. Researchers documenting the technical failure of
the AI incident database say AI is a better target for regulators than the more abstract concept of
privacy. But he said there could be a risk of over-regulation. “Existing authorities can regulate AI,” he
told AFP, citing bodies such as the US Federal Trade Commission and housing regulator HUD. But
experts mostly agree that the hype and mystique surrounding AI technology needs to be dispelled. “
3.HOW CHINA CONTROLLED AI ?
One of the most obvious proposals is a blanket ban on certain “high-risk” technologies (a
type of biometric surveillance tool used in China). It will also severely limit the use of AI tools by
immigration officials, police and judges