Proposed bill: Sharp AI training standards for a brighter future.

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill have proposed the AI Foundation Model Transparency Act, aimed at establishing clearer training standards for Artificial Intelligence (AI). The bill would require companies to disclose details about the information they use, algorithms, and how they train their AI models. The goal is to make the information more transparent and help users determine whether the AI they interact with is trustworthy.

The proposed bill is a response to concerns about the dangers of AI and the need for regulation. There are already concerns about racial and gender bias, as AI algorithms have been found to perpetuate existing biases. AI also has the potential to impact important areas such as loan approval, medical records, and law enforcement, making the need for clear training standards even more crucial.

In addition to addressing bias and transparency issues, the bill aims to protect people’s copyrighted work. The New York Times is currently suing Microsoft and OpenAI, the parent company of ChatGPT, for copyright infringement.

Overall, the bill seeks to ensure that AI technologies are developed and used in a responsible and ethical manner. By establishing reporting standards and promoting transparency, it aims to address concerns about bias, protect people’s rights, and give users a better understanding of the AI systems they interact with.

Read the full bill here.