Joe Biden announced Meta, Amazon and OpenAI among others had agreed to eight measures to encourage responsible practices
Top players in the development of artificial intelligence, including Amazon, Google, Meta, Microsoft and OpenAI, have agreed to new safeguards for the fast-moving technology, Joe Biden announced on Friday.
Among the guidelines brokered by the Biden administration are watermarks for AI content to make it easier to identify and third-party testing of the technology that will try to spot dangerous flaws.
Using watermarking on audio and visual content to help identify content generated by AI.
Allowing independent experts to try to push models into bad behavior – a process known as “red-teaming”.
Sharing trust and safety information with the government and other companies.
Investing in cybersecurity measures.
Encouraging third parties to uncover security vulnerabilities.
Reporting societal risks such as inappropriate uses and bias.
Prioritizing research on AI’s societal risks.
Using the most cutting-edge AI systems, known as frontier models, to solve society’s greatest problems.