Ethical Artificial Intelligence (AI):
Some business leaders emphasized the Imperative of collaboration among governments, industry, and ecosystem players to develop Ethical Artificial Intelligence (AI).
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the ability of a computer, or a robot controlled by a computer to do tasks that are usually done by humans because they require human intelligence and discernment.
- Although there is no AI that can perform the wide variety of tasks an ordinary human can do, some AI can match humans in specific tasks.
- Ethical AI, also known as Moral or Responsible AI, refers to the development and deployment of AI systems in a manner that aligns with ethical principles, societal values, and human rights.
- It emphasizes the responsible use of AI technology to ensure that it benefits individuals, communities, and society as a whole, while minimizing potential harms and biases.
Ethical issues highlighted in this case are:
- Copyright Infringement Authors accuse OpenAI of using their work without permission, raising concerns about intellectual property rights.
- Fair Use Debate OpenAI and other AI defendants argue that their data usage falls under fair use, sparking a debate about the boundaries of copyright law in the AI era.
- The use of unauthorized data, possibly from illegal sources, raises questions about respecting authors’ privacy and consent in AI training datasets.
- The transparency of AI training data sources and the responsibility of AI providers in ensuring ethical data usage are questioned.
- AI-generating content resembling authors’ work could potentially mislead readers