A new WHO report, Who Artificial Intelligence Report?, outlines guidance for AI systems and the use of AI to improve global health. This report follows consultations that lasted two years. While AI has immense potential for improving healthcare, it must be implemented responsibly and ethically. The WHO warns against overstating the benefits of AI, including unethical data collection, biases in algorithms, and risks for privacy and cybersecurity.
Who Artificial Intelligence Report? Is a report on artificial intelligence, including an overview of its history and current uses. It identifies the most important trends in artificial intelligence and the ways in which it’s being used to improve human health. It examines AI’s role in global health care and what it can do to improve human well-being. This report is a great resource for those interested in the role of artificial intelligence in our society.
The report also highlights how AI is being regulated globally and internationally. The AI Index Steering Committee consists of interdisciplinary AI experts, representing industry and academia. The report tracks, distills, and visualizes artificial intelligence data. This report is available free online. The report’s findings and recommendations are also published on the official website of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence. Once published, it can be a useful resource for organizations that are looking to implement AI.
The AI sector is undergoing rapid change and is poised to revolutionize many industries. AI systems are already being deployed in fields as diverse as finance, education, and health. They are transforming the workplace, the home, and many other aspects of our lives. In order to reap the benefits of AI, we must ensure the right environment for its deployment. We must ensure the development of AI is in line with human values and ethical standards.
AI will create enormous opportunities for economic development. The PriceWaterhouseCoopers report estimates that AI will contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030. The United States and China will be the top two countries in AI collaborations, with the United Kingdom producing nearly twice as many publications as the U.S. and China, respectively. AI will continue to transform industries and society. With AI, we will never be the same.
The report’s authors compiled data and analysis to inform readers of the latest advances in AI. In addition to analyzing the current state of AI, the report considers how AI will affect the work force. The AI Index looks at the legislative records of 25 countries. As of 2021, the number of AI related bills in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Spain surpassed the previous year’s record. And the AI Index reports that AI-related bills will increase from one to eighteen in 2021. The United States, United Kingdom, and Spain passed three AI related bills in 2021.
The OECD AI Policy Observatory is a multi-stakeholder initiative that promotes responsible AI. Its mandate is focused on project-oriented collaboration and focuses on a broad spectrum of AI topics. Working groups include responsible AI, data governance, and the future of work. While the United States has played a critical role in guiding the GPAI, the U.S. and other democracies are strongly encouraging this initiative, focusing on the development of artificial intelligence-related national policies and research and development.
The results of the survey also highlight ways companies can address the risks associated with AI. Risk mitigation practices include model documentation, data validation, and bias checks. Respondents in emerging economies are more likely to wait for clearer regulations and leadership buy-in before advancing AI technologies. These practices are also a key part of ensuring companies’ success in the future of AI. So, if you are concerned about the risks of AI, consider this report. And remember: safety first, before AI risk.