US and India Collaborate for a Responsible AI

By siliconindia   |   Saturday, 29 July 2023, 02:05 IST
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US and India Collaborate for a Responsible AI

President Biden and PM Modi have acknowledged risks associated with AI and the mere future of human generation, establishing a commitment to collaborative efforts for responsible AI, education, and commercial opportunities. 

FREMONT, CA: President Biden and PM Modi have acknowledged the risks often associated with artificial intelligence (AI) in recent times, in addition to the generative AI, and are planning efficiently to mitigate discrimination and bias associated with technology.

One prominent risk associated with generative AI accounts for hallucinations in large language models (LLM), errors that generally occur with generating outputs based on false assumptions. Similarly, other challenges like deep fakes, exploitation of data privacy, creating advanced malware, and copyright issues also pile up uncertainties in tending towards these advancements.

Concerns regarding these challenges rose with India looking to regulate AI via its upcoming digital India Bill, following which both India and the US are making critical efforts to address AI-driven issues. Modi’s state visit to the US has marked and led to discussions between President Biden and PM Modi on the profound opportunities of AI while acknowledging risks associated with the same. 

Both countries have proposed a firm commitment to developing joint and international collaboration on trustworthy and responsible AI, including generative AI, advancing AI education, and workforce initiatives to promote commercial opportunities. It aims at mitigating discrimination and bias with technology advancements.

The US renders extended support over India’s leadership as the chair of the Global Partnership on AI, an initiative promoting responsible AI usage and respecting human rights and democratic values. As an initiatory factor to this approach, both nations signed varied agreements in defense, technology, education, space, travel, and cooperation recently.