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Many States Have Started To Regulate Ai And Consider It “Dangerous”: That Is Why

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For years, AI has been playing a central role in the daily lives of many people, also generating widespread concerns about the use of artificial intelligence and the future that they can guarantee to the human species. For example, according to a MIT professor, AI could cause more damage than it would provide benefits to humans.

Others, however, raise the issue on a different, less general and more specific level, namely how artificial intelligence can be controlled in the future. These questions are not only the result of almost-fantascientific speeches, but they have a deep roots in reality, so much so that the movement of those who ask for strict regulation for AI is becoming more and more extensive day by day.

In particular, the efforts of the movement today focus on the regulation of algorithms, from which in some ways it may depend on the lives of some people: for example, Ars Technica reports the case of a man from Michigan, who was bankrupt because of a charge of

One of the major recognitions of the AI movement for legal accountability was a law passed by the City of New York last week, which allows to keep real “interrogations” to the AI used by companies: in this specific case, the law was pro

Meanwhile, the American Congress is also working on a law that requires companies not to use AI in some “sensitive” sectors, such as medical, employment, education and rent, or at least to accompany it to a selection made manually by human workers. The law should be voted on in the coming months, and it could have a major impact on the functioning of American private welfare systems.

The White House presented a “Petition of the Rights of the AI,” a legislation on artificial intelligence, which obliges those who use it to explain publicly the functioning of their algorithms when they have to make particularly complex decisions, on which it could depend on the

Not only have the United States started regulating the use of Artificial Intelligence in risky areas: the same process of legislation is also underway in China, Canada, Germany and the UK, while the EU has already established a register These include large banking, financial and credit institutions, insurance, house selling and rental agencies, private hospitals and clinics, and large labour agencies or multinationals using algorithms for the allocation of employees’ salaries, recruitment and employment.

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