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Responsible AI

Responsible AI

Responsible AI definition

Responsible AI is a set of principles that ensure artificial intelligence is created and applied in an ethical way that benefits everyone. Meaning, that AI is created considering personal privacy, security, and inclusivity.

See also: artificial intelligence

Common artificial AI dangers:

Malfunctions: Due to poor programming, some Artificial AI systems can malfunction and produce inaccurate responses, leading to errors or interaction with other systems. Moreover, malfunction can lead to inaccurate information generation.

Deepfakes and manipulation: AI can be employed to create realistic but fake video and photo content and text. This fake content can be used to manipulate, blackmail, and distort public opinion.

AI control issues: Due to AI systems becoming more advanced, there is a concern that humans can control systems as they evolve further.

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