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The White House discusses measures to reduce the risks of artificial intelligence – Rádio Itatiaia

The White House discusses measures to reduce the risks of artificial intelligence – Rádio Itatiaia

US Vice President Kamala Harris met with the CEOs of several technology companies such as Google, Microsoft, OpenAI and Anthropic on Thursday 4, to discuss the use of artificial intelligence and promote the need for security assurances for the public.

On Thursday, the US government announced a set of initiatives to reduce the risks of using artificial intelligence products such as ChatGPT and Bard. The continued use of these platforms has led to many requests to regulate new technology in order to enhance product safety for the public.

According to the National Science Foundation, an organization associated with the White House, the government should spend US$140 million on seven research centers that will be dedicated entirely to research in artificial intelligence.

Washington also indicated that many companies in the sector should make their products available for analysis in August, during a cybersecurity conference.


The use of artificial intelligence has become more widespread this year, mainly due to applications such as ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI, which has led to a rush of many companies to launch similar products.

The popularity of artificial intelligence has raised many questions about the safe use of the technology, as well as doubts about the impact of the product on various sectors of society. Critics of the products fear that the systems will enable replacing people in their jobs, spreading fake news and making decisions that would be discriminatory.

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Last year, the White House launched a project that addressed the need to strengthen the security of artificial intelligence platforms, as well as create protections for user data. In January, the Commerce Department also announced a framework for reducing risks in artificial intelligence, which was already in development.

The use of artificial intelligence in politics

After the President of the United States, Joe Biden, announced that he would run for re-election, the Republican National Committee, an entity associated with the Republican Party, the main opposition party to the incumbent president, produced a video showing a future built with images of artificial intelligence during Biden’s second term.

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