On Monday, President Joe Biden released a comprehensive executive order regarding artificial intelligence (AI) that aims to utilize the emerging technology and control any associated hazards.

The order encompasses various novel measures, which concentrate on topics such as worker protection, safety, safeguarding innovation and preserving privacy.

The executive order introduces fresh safety measures, which consist of mandating firms to create models that identify potential threats to national security, economic security, or public health and alert the federal government when conducting training on the model.

They will have to make known all safety test outcomes.

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Additionally, the Commerce Department will devise instructions for content authentication and watermarking that will tag content created by artificial intelligence.

The directive’s objective is to advance innovation and competition through the National AI Research Resource, a program that will broaden grants for AI research in domains like healthcare and climate change.

Moreover, the order seeks to increase the possibility for highly skilled immigrants and non-immigrants having expertise in these crucial areas to remain, study and work in the U.S. through simplifying visa conditions and interviews.

Following ChatGPT’s debut less than a year ago, which demonstrated human-like skills and knowledge, the new order is the most significant attempt to establish a national framework for the AI market.

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