Brad Smith, the president of Big Tech firm Microsoft, has called on governments to “move faster” and corporations “step up” amid a massive acceleration in artificial intelligence development.Speaking at a May 25 panel in front of United States lawmakers in Washington D.C., Smith made the call as he proposed regulations that could mitigate the potential risks of AI, according to a report from The New York Times.
The company has called for companies to implement “safety brakes” for AI systems that control critical infrastructure and to develop a broader legal and regulatory framework for AI, among other things.
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