A researcher who studies AI principles warns that giving too much credence to Big Tech is like” asking the fox for steering on henhouse defence procedures .”
When it comes to AI, Big Tech wants a hand in developing regulation. In a January 20 patch for the Financial Times calling for the regulation of the technology, Google CEO Sundar Pichai quarrelled that his company’s neural networks principles could be used as a template for future ordinances. Brad Smith of Microsoft said the same in a talk at the World Economic Forum earlier this week.
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