Should they impose regulations on artificial intelligence? – business and motivation

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The interaction between man and machine via artificial intelligence is reaching unprecedented limits and raises many concerns about the future of this interaction. This year saw the emergence of countless applications of this type that, in addition to trying to solve any type of question, offer solutions of a professional nature, such as writing texts, designing websites, drawing, among many others. Among the people, has created a “monster” with thousands of uses, but also with a great deal of uncertainty and some very deep ethical dilemmas.

George Gill, from Blue Design Worldwide. photo courtesy.

The most famous and arbitrage case is that of Chat GPT, an intelligent chat system that is now in its fourth generation. It was created by the OpenAI company that chats with users in real time via text and answers their questions. However, more applications have been added, among which Midjourney stands out for creating canvases based on given information; Deep, for text translation; Riverside, for audio transcription, and more.

Even with the usefulness of these applications, the use of these devices is crossing the barrier between the imaginary and the real; Recent cases that went viral on social media, such as the use of a photo of Pope Francis wearing a winter jacket, mimicked the Supreme Pontiff wearing this type of garment, as well as images of singer Selena Gomez which she then created. Made from her an alleged appearance at the Met Gala in New York while she was hundreds of kilometers away, or the criticism of singer Ryan Castro for using this device to superimpose certain artists’ voices on other music tracks, are just two of the things. Maybe examples of this, if it’s not already happening.

George Gill, CMO of blue design worldwideThe leading agency in the use of artificial intelligence focused on customer service, comments that these developments offer as many possibilities as risks in different scenarios, and mentions the case of sectors such as education, in which a student can search with a few keywords. Could , getting a written job in seconds or in health, in which the system can recommend a certain drug to the user or what action to take if they suffer from anxiety or depression, which is worrying because of its implications , Also from a legal point of view.

“GPT Chat came up to offer us a written conversation with a machine that is learning some form of answers through machine learning and programmed through algorithms. It has matured to such an extent that today it has an infinite number of answers. In fact, there is already a development of what is known as the ‘devil’s version of GPT chat’, which uses the same language that the machine uses to base itself on certain parameters and hence, increase the power of its responses, Even in subjects in which humans have language, the machine will say that it is not able to solve your doubt because it is against the rules”, says Jorge Gil.

What to do to control artificial intelligence?

In the words of George Gill, there are two ways to establish specific rules of the game for the development of artificial intelligence and to establish controls for its use within an ethical framework. The first is that machines do not “think” on their own and do not know what is right and what is wrong, because they are programmed by humans. Therefore, all the companies that are working on these advances must follow certain guidelines and standards in terms of the language they provide, so that the situation does not go out of control with very serious consequences.

“Artificial Intelligence may be able to get in its way, to find weaknesses in the banking system, to take all your money and take it wherever it wants. An Artificial Intelligence could crack a security code in less than a minute. is capable of cracking, which would take other people or equipment years. The scope is unimaginable”, warns Gill.

That is why it is important to generate artificial intelligence modules that attack harmful artificial intelligence created by information security companies; It is somehow called “fire against fire”. Artificial intelligence mixed with quantum computing, it would be impossible for humans to trace where these risks came from.

The second point that experts comment on is that humans will have to develop the ability to detect something with artificial intelligence and that is why universities and colleges should work on learning not only to identify these signs , but your students should also work on recognizing these cues. This topic, because the challenge that is coming is huge.

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