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G7 Summit: G7 countries ready to rein in AI, going to do this big work

G7 Summit 2023: The eyes of the rich countries of the world are on new AI technology. Leaders of Group 7 countries have come forward to develop and adopt International Technical Standards for Artificial Intelligence.

The world's richest countries have united in the ongoing G7 Summit in Japan. These countries are keeping a close eye on the popular AI technology of the present time. In Hiroshima, the G7 countries are considering creating an international technical standard for AI technology . Apart from this, the matter is moving forward on adopting them as well. Although there may be different views on using AI with a common vision, but everyone wants the digital economy to be controlled with democratic values.

Efforts are being made to pass a similar law in the European Union. This month, the proposal to regulate AI technology came close to being passed. This will probably be the first AI law in the world, which will directly regulate AI technology. After this, now this agreement has happened in the G7 summit.

AI needs immediate attention

In a recent G7 meeting, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that we want AI systems to be accurate, reliable, safe and non-discriminatory, no matter where they come from.

Referring to Generative AI, the G7 leaders said that there is an urgent need to take stock of the opportunities and challenges associated with Generative AI. Let us tell you that since the launch of ChatGPT last year, Generative AI has become a very popular technology. Tech companies around the world want to take advantage of this, while people are also adopting new technology rapidly.

A new forum will be made on AI

The heads of government of the powerful and rich countries of the world have decided to form a new forum for Artificial Intelligence. By the end of this year, issues such as property rights and the use of generative AI tools to spread propaganda will be discussed. For this, it has been agreed to form a ministerial forum named "Hiroshima AI Process".

Thoughts on AI Regulation

Like last month, the G7 Digital Ministers met in the summit. The US, Japan, Germany, Britain, France, Italy and Canada involved said they should adopt "risk-based" AI regulation.

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