The world accelerates AI management and application

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(VOVWORLD) - As artificial intelligence (AI) is having major impacts on all socio-economic aspects, countries have stepped up the building of legal frameworks to manage the technology while accelerating technological applications.

France, Germany, and Italy last Saturday reached an agreement on how AI should be regulated, under which the three governments support commitments that are voluntary, but binding on small and large AI developers in the European Union.

The new agreement also requires AI developers to clearly define how information is provided to machine learning models.

Last month, the European Parliament (AP) passed regulations to categorize AI technologies based on the level of risks that they bring in.

The European Parliament, the European Commission, and the European Council are negotiating to soon complete the AI Act which was introduced by the EP in June.

Globally, the AI Safety Summit, held for the first time earlier this month in Bletchley Park, UK, adopted a joint declaration, with a focus on requiring AI developers to allow regulators to test AI models before releasing them to the public.

The world tech community last week had hot debates about the future of AI after OpenAI, which is famous for creating generative AI application ChatGPT, fired Sam Altman, the company's founder.

This event has reignited debates on AI development perspectives, between one side that believes in the necessity to speed up the commercialization of AI products to motivate innovation, and the other side that focuses more on the safety and ethical aspects of this technology.

Elon Musk, head of Tesla, Space X, and X, formerly known as Twitter, said, “As a technologist and on balance, I think that AI will be a force for good, most likely. But the probability of it going bad is not 0%. So we just need to mitigate the downside potential.”

The world is also promoting the application of the technology in practice. At a session on the future of AI as part of the APEC summit week, many experts analyzed how AI and other technologies should be used to promote free trade and investment in Asia-Pacific economies.

At the Web Summit, an annual technology conference, held last Monday in Lisbon (Portugal), speakers presented ideas about how to use AI to serve human needs, such as healthcare, auto transportation, and online retail.

At the Global Food Security Summit on Monday in London, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and other speakers called for the use of AI to improve crop productivity and prevent climate change, thereby helping the world ensure food security.