Artificial intelligence rules on agenda for G-7 tech ministers

The Yomiuri Shimbun The government will propose the establishment of common international rules on research and development of artificial intelligence (AI) at the Group of Seven information and communication technology ministers’ meeting to be held in Takamatsu on April 29 and 30. Some experts in the field predict that AI will have higher-level capabilities than human brains by 2045. An increasing number of people say it is necessary to establish systems to prevent AI programs from running out of control and harming humans, and to prevent AI programs from leaking personal information. The government wishes to establish international rules with which AI developers will have to comply, and to encourage AI development while also securing safety for humans. At the G-7 ministers’ meeting, Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Sanae Takaichi…


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