The Biden-Harris administration has set its sights on implementing comprehensive safeguards to govern the development and deployment of AI technology. Seven technology firms leading the development of AI have committed to following the White House’s recommendations. Representatives from Amazon, Anthropic, Google, Inflection, Meta, Microsoft and OpenAI joined President Biden in making the announcement.
The named companies have agreed to the following commitments:
Security testing of their AI systems by internal and external experts before their release;
Ensuring that people are able to spot AI by implementing watermarks;
Publicly reporting AI capabilities and limitations on a regular basis; and
Researching the risks that AI produces, such as bias, discrimination and the invasion of privacy.
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