Eight technology companies, including Adobe, IBM, NVIDIA, Palantir, Salesforce and Stability, announced their voluntary commitments to the White House in order to develop ethical AI systems. Previously, seven other major developers made similar commitments. That will help reduce the risks associated with AI. Throughout the time, Washington politicians are focusing on the principles of regulating these technologies.
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Up to now, 15 of the most influential US companies have committed voluntaryly to developing AI systems. Building technology for the identification of artificial images and committing to sharing data related to the security of AI systems with the government and the scientists.
Between that time, a meeting is brewing in Congress, but Congress is working to develop AI standards. Tomorrow, the Chairman of the Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer will speak with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, and with the CEO of Meta-controlled Zuckerberg, as well as representatives of the technology industry and human rights activists. The White House Chief of Staff, Jeff Zients, will meet with representatives from Adobe and other companies and discuss the advantages and risks of AI.
The companies agreed to the following standards, which will be incorporated into their current plans.
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