“I’m an AI” – Biden – RT World News


The US president joked about the dangers of artificial intelligence after a meeting with Big Tech executives.

This was announced by US President Joe Biden “I’m an AI” On Friday, he called for safeguards to manage the development of artificial intelligence after a meeting with technology leaders.

Biden, 80, added in a seemingly unhinged speech as he approached the podium to speak: “If any of you think I’m Abe Lincoln, blame the AI” Before warning that the unregulated development of technologies like ChatGPT can be dangerous “our democracy”.

“We need to be clear and vigilant about the dangers that emerging technologies can pose – not necessarily – but to our democracy and values,” Biden said. His comments came after a meeting with representatives of technology companies such as Amazon, Google, Meta and Microsoft.

The White House later announced an agreement was reached with technology developers to manage the potential risks posed by artificial intelligence, including independent security testing and the introduction of watermarks to clearly signal when online content is artificial.

Biden’s comments raised concerns over the unfettered growth of AI and its potential impact on employment sectors and the spread of misinformation and disinformation online, especially ahead of the 2024 US presidential election.

“Companies agree to find ways for AI to help solve society’s biggest problems,” Biden explained “great opportunities” this technology can show. He added that the United States “Working with our allies and partners in a common international framework to manage AI development.”

Critics of the US government’s efforts to manage AI development have railed against similar measures aimed at controlling “disinformation” on social media, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic. This has led to accusations of partisan bias in social media moderation policies.

Since its public release in November 2022, OpenAI’s ChatGPT – along with other language models such as Google Bard, which appeared four months later – has represented a new frontier in online content creation. They also expressed existential concerns about the long-term implications of artificial intelligence for society, including Big Tech boss Elon Musk.

However, other industry leaders – including Meta’s president of global affairs Nick Clegg – said some doomsday scenarios created by skeptics were unfounded. “The hype has far exceeded the technology” Clegg said this week after launching Meta’s “Llama 2” open-source language model. “Most of the time they’re pretty stupid.”


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