In recent months, you’ve likely encountered AI systems with names like GPT-3 or DALL.E These are some of the AI systems that have become surprisingly good at creating convincing computer-generated images from text. But these models come with risks too: for example, they can perpetuate harmful stereotypes against women or marginalized groups. How can these risks be addressed? And what part can regulation play in this?
In the EU, these AI systems are now referred to as “general-purpose AI” and policymakers are grappling with this exact question in negotiations for the EU’s so-called AI Act. This month’s Dialogues and Debate series will explore what effective regulation of “general-purpose AI” could look like in the EU and who needs to be held accountable.
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