Global Acknowledgment of AI Risks Fuels Calls for Regulation
Tracking Global Events | 6 June 2023
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbots such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT permeate daily life, policymakers and the public are beginning to discuss how they should be regulated. As AI tools become increasingly integrated into society, it is essential to recognize and assess the risks associated with their misuse. Bad actors can easily use AI to assist in deploying scams, phishing attacks, and other fraudulent activities. As a result, stakeholders from governments, private sector, and academia are engaging in discussions on ensuring the ethical and responsible development, deployment, and use of AI. Until a regulatory framework is finalized, governments are taking several different paths: Italy has temporarily banned AI tools such as ChatGPT, while India decided against regulating AI within the South Asian market in the short term. To better understand global sentiment surrounding the regulation of AI, Premise fielded a survey in Brazil, Italy, Kenya, Taiwan, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
Premise conducted a comprehensive cross-cultural survey targeting Contributors from diverse regions of Brazil, Italy, Kenya, Taiwan, United States, and United Kingdom, to gather sentiment data regarding Artificial Intelligence. The survey collected sentiment data from a stratified sample of 3,002 adults, 500 from each country, nationally representative by age and gender.
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