Vowing to make India a worldwide hub for synthetic intelligence (AI), Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday careworn the necessity for transparency and accountability to guard towards weaponisation of the expertise by non-state actors.
“It remains our collective responsibility to ensure trust in how AI is used. Algorithm transparency is key to establishing this trust. Equally important is accountability. We must protect the world against weaponisation of AI by non-state actors,” the PM stated on the inauguration of RAISE 2020, a digital summit organised by the Centre.
Stakeholders from about 123 international locations are anticipated to take part within the occasion.
Stating that creativity and feelings continued to be the best strengths of people, Mr. Modi stated these attributes have been distinctive benefits that people had over machines. “Even the smartest of AI cannot solve mankind’s problems without blending with our intellect and empathy,” he stated.
Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani careworn the pressing want for a regulatory framework on information, which he stated was the uncooked materials for AI.
Observing that clever information was ‘digital capital’ and a significant nationwide useful resource, he stated, “In the coming decades… nations will increasingly compete on digital capital.
“We are confident that the government will introduce a sound data regulation framework to protect this national resource and ensure data privacy,” Mr. Ambani added.