April 19, 2024
Adobe, IBM, and Nvidia Support President Biden's Initiatives to Stop AI Abuse

Adobe, IBM, and Nvidia Support President Biden’s Initiatives to Stop AI Abuse

The voluntary artificial intelligence (AI) promises made by U.S. President Joe Biden, including watermarking AI-generated content, have received the support of Adobe, IBM, Nvidia, and five other corporations.

On Tuesday, September 12, the White House made this declaration. The White House Chief of Staff, Jeff Zients, underlined the necessity of exploiting AI’s benefits, minimizing its hazards, and taking swift action. He said, “We’re collaborating with the private sector and utilizing every available resource to achieve this goal.” In addition, the pledges now include Palantir, Stability, Salesforce, Scale AI, and Cohere.

The original commitments, which were disclosed in July, were made to stop AI from being used for bad purposes. During the same month, Google, OpenAI, and Microsoft, an OpenAI partner, backed these promises.

The Biden administration’s private commitments are seen as a stopgap solution, as Congress has been debating possible AI legislation for some time now without making many actual legislative or significant legal advancements. The White House is reportedly working on an executive order about AI.

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers unveiled a measure in June 2023 that would create an AI commission to address problems in the rapidly growing industry. To create a universal framework for AI, the Biden administration has pledged to collaborate with nations such as Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Nigeria, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom.

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