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Microsoft urged lawmakers and companies to strengthen AI regulation

During a conference in Washington DC, Microsoft President Brad Smith urged governments and corporations to step up their efforts ahead of the accelerating development of artificial intelligence, reports CoinTelegraph.

Microsoft has advocated for the introduction of "safety brakes" in artificial intelligence systems that will control critical infrastructure, as well as the development of a broad regulatory framework for AI.

"Artificial intelligence has the potential to be the most significant technological advance of our lives. Today we announced a 5-point AI governance plan that brings together the public and private sectors and ensures that this technology will serve all of society."

The development of artificial intelligence is accompanied by a number of negative factors, including privacy threats, job losses due to automation, and the spread of fake videos that contribute to social media fraud and misinformation.

The head of Microsoft calls on governments and AI companies to take responsibility and reduce the risks associated with the further development of this technology.

At the same time, Microsoft itself is committed to taking its own protection measures in the field of artificial intelligence.

Note that this is also the view expressed by OpenAI founder and CEO Sam Altman, who is calling for a federal oversight agency to license AI companies, and he took the initiative before Congress.

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