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Business News/ Technology / News/  G7 officials to convene and address challenges of ChatGPT like generative AI Tools. All details

G7 officials to convene and address challenges of ChatGPT like generative AI Tools. All details

G7 nations will convene to address challenges posed by generative AI tools like ChatGPT. The newly established ‘Hiroshima AI process’ aims to foster discussions and deliberations on the rapid expansion of AI. In their inaugural meeting on May 30, G7 officials will focus on AI-related concerns.

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G7 officials from various nations are set to convene next week to address the challenges presented by generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools such as ChatGPT, as announced by Japan on Friday. In a recent development, leaders of the G7, including the United States, European Union, and Japan, reached a consensus to establish an intergovernmental forum known as the "Hiroshima AI process."

 The primary objective of this forum is to engage in thorough discussions and deliberations concerning the rapid expansion of AI tools.

According to Japan's communications minister, Takeaki Matsumoto, G7 government officials are scheduled to conduct their inaugural working-level meeting on May 30, focusing on various concerns related to artificial intelligence (AI). 

These concerns include the protection of intellectual property, addressing disinformation, and determining appropriate governance frameworks for this technology. This meeting takes place at a time when regulatory bodies worldwide are assessing the influence and effects of widely used AI services such as ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI with support from Microsoft.

The European Union (EU) is nearing the implementation of groundbreaking legislation on artificial intelligence (AI), which serves as a model for other governments contemplating regulations for AI tools.

As the current chair of the G7, Japan will take the lead in facilitating discussions on the responsible utilization of generative AI technology, stated Matsumoto. The objective of the forum is to formulate recommendations for heads of state by the end of the year.

During the recent G7 summit held in Hiroshima, leaders emphasized the importance of establishing global technical standards to ensure the reliability of AI while aligning with the shared democratic values among nations.

Matsumoto stated that the G7 AI working group intends to gather insights from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). This collaborative effort aims to incorporate valuable input from the OECD in their discussions and initiatives related to AI.

(With inputs from Reuters)



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Published: 26 May 2023, 03:28 PM IST
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