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Excessive focus on regulation will hamper India’s AI potential: Nasscom chief

India's potential in artificial intelligence will be hindered if there is excessive focus on regulation, Debjani Ghosh, president of technology industry body Nasscom, said on Friday.“The best way to distract the government is to get them focused on regulation. It will take them years and years to figure out what to do and how to do it,” she said at an event in New Delhi.Elevate Your Tech Prowess with High-Value Skill CoursesOffering CollegeCourseWebsiteIIM LucknowIIML Executive Programme in FinTech, Banking & Applied…

How the Australian Government Sees AI Accelerating Productivity

Australia has a problem with slowing productivity growth. As the group tasked with addressing this, the Australian Government’s Productivity Commission is looking at AI as a potential part of the problem. Recently, the Commission released a three-paper report, Making The Most Of The AI Opportunity: Productivity, Regulation And Data Access, to further analyse this opportunity. To maximise productivity gains from AI, the paper advocates for a soft-touch approach to regulation. Additionally, the Commission…

Australian Organisations Need to Build Trust With Consumers Over Data & AI

Image: Adobe/Andrii Global data highlights a concerning trend, where Australian organisations are starting to fall behind in a “trust gap” between what customers expect them to do with data and privacy and what is actually happening. New data shows that 90% of people want to see organisations transform to properly manage data and risk. With a regulatory environment that has fallen behind, for Australian organisations to deliver this, they will need to move faster than the regulatory environment. Australian…

Australian IT Pros Need to Prepare for AI Regulation With EU AI Act Imminent

The most recent (and likely final) version of the impending European Union’s AI Act was recently leaked. This is the world’s first comprehensive law designed to regulate the use and application of artificial intelligence, and history shows that, when the EU regulates something, the rest of the world tends to adopt it. For example, companies doing business in Australia are typically GDPR-compliant, simply because European law requires them to be. The same will likely happen when the EU AI Act comes into power.…

artificial intelligence: Writing the new rules for AI

The launch of ChatGPT in November 2022 heralded a new era in democratising the use of artificial intelligence (AI). Since then, use of AI has quickly expanded across many sectors, including healthcare, education, financial services, public safety, etc.However, rapidly advancing capabilities of AI have also brought to the fore the criticality of safety and ethical use of these technologies. Elevate Your Tech Prowess with High-Value Skill CoursesOffering CollegeCourseWebsiteIIM KozhikodeIIMK Advanced Data Science For…

5 things about AI you may have missed today: AI-enhanced resumes, ByteDance unveils StreamVoice, more

 AI enhanced resumes gain favour as hiring managers embrace technology trends; ByteDance unveils StreamVoice: AI voice transformation raises fraud concerns; Netcore Cloud report: 7 in 10 CEOs set to invest in generative AI; Nasscom foundation launches fourth cohort at Hexart AI to skill students in emerging technologies- this and more in our daily roundup. Let us take a look.1. AI enhanced resumes gain favour as hiring managers embrace technology trendsAccording to a Canva and Sago survey, 45 percent of job seekers use…

5 things about AI you may have missed today: UK firm disables rogue AI chatbot, GenAI risk, more

UK Parcel firm disables AI chat after poetic bot critiques customer service; AI flags patients pre-surgery alcohol risks, outperformed diagnosis codes; California community unveils AI tech to prevent School shootings; Mark Zuckerberg's open source AGI sparks concerns among experts- this and more in our daily roundup. Let us take a look.1. UK Parcel firm disables AI chat after poetic bot critiques customer service A UK parcel delivery firm has disabled its AI chat function after a user coaxed the system into composing a…

How New York Times lawsuit against OpenAI & Microsoft adds to AI regulation debate

New Delhi: The New York Times (NYT) Wednesday sued ChatGPT creator OpenAI and Microsoft — an investor that owns 49 percent of the former — over “unlawful” use of content protected by US copyright law, a first for a news publication.In the lawsuit filed in a federal court in Manhattan, NYT has argued that, due to its content being used in training the generative AI tools, the latter can “can generate output that recites Times content verbatim, closely summarises it and mimics its expressive style…These tools also wrongly…

5 things about AI you may have missed today: India preparing AI regulations, IBM’s AI acquisition, more

Today, December 19, has turned out to be an important day for artificial intelligence, especially for India. The government has announced that it has commenced the process of formulating regulations on AI to foster development, protection, and innovation in this space. In other news, IBM has revealed its plans to acquire StreamSets and webMethods platforms of Software AG for a total of 2.3 billion dollars in a bid to improve its own AI offerings. This and more in today's AI roundup. Let us take a closer look.Indian…