AI Companies Pledge Responsible Development to White House
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Prominent firms including Adobe, IBM, Nvidia, Cohere, Palantir, Salesforce, Scale AI, and Stability AI have committed to the Biden administration to ensure the responsible development of AI. This follows a similar pledge by Meta, Google, and OpenAI. Although the agreements are non-binding, the participating companies have vowed to test AI systems rigorously before launch, invest in model security, and collaborate with various sectors, including governments and academia, on risk management.
The terms also encompass third-party vulnerability reporting, watermarking of AI-generated content, public risk disclosures, societal risk research, and AI system development for societal benefit.
The White House mentioned that it formulated these commitments in consultation with global leaders. The Biden administration remains keen on AI, aiming to harmonize safety protocols with innovation. It introduced an AI Bill of Rights intended as a regulatory foundation and spurred the National Science Foundation to initiate National AI Research Institutes.
Despite these moves, AI legislative action lags behind technological advancements. Discussions on AI regulations persist, especially around generative AI. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, who plans to meet AI industry leaders, has called for expedited AI legislative endeavors.
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