Responsible Generative AI

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Responsible Computing – Generative AI Tiger Team

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Governments, social scientists, technologists, and even the heads of AI organizations are expressing concerns about the potential misuse of the power unleashed by Foundation Models and Generative AI. Many nations and organizations have already started taking steps to regulate this powerful technology to prevent possible misuse and disruption of the societal fabric. Fear and concerns are synonymous with the approach toward nuclear technology worldwide. The teams of the Object Management Group (OMG) Responsible Computing Initiative launched a Tiger team to study and evaluate the potential concerns regarding Generative AI Techniques (GAIT) and recommend ways to channel the capabilities of GAIT responsibly to benefit society. Specific objectives include investigations on how to: - Instill trust and reduce bias in the data used to build GAI models. - Recommend proper and ethical use of AI models whilst protecting the intellectual rights of authors, artists, and other professionals. - Regulate the proliferation of AI models to ensure no disruptive effects on employment, society, and the environment. - Educate the consumers, administrators, and governmental bodies on the dangers and limitations of excessive use of AI models. The different tracks of this initiative are: • Ensure trustworthy Generative AI Models, which must be based on accurate and unbiased data. • Impact on the Labor market, especially many white-collar jobs like copywriters, interpreters, and even professionals like investment advisors, editors, lawyers, customer support professionals, creative writers, doctors, etc. • Issues related to IP, copyright violation, ownership, royalty, etc. • Impact on the environment with the power-hungry deep learning process to build(train) GAI models. Michael Linehan (OMG) and Cheranellore Vasudevan (IBM) will present their thoughts as they start their work on this initiative.
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