According to reports, Nvidia (Nvidia) CEO Jensen Huang said today that the emerging artificial intelligence (AI) technology will create some powerful tools, we need to carry out appropriate legal regulation, but also to develop some new social standards.
Jensen Huang is one of the most iconic figures in artificial intelligence, as NVIDIA chips are widely used in the field, including a supercomputer built by Microsoft for the startup OpenAI, which uses NVIDIA’s technology. Microsoft also said Monday that it will invest billions of dollars more in OpenAI.
Jen-Hsun Huang said, “Remember, if you take a moment to think about all those things in life that are convenient, beneficial, or good for society, it may also have some potential for harm.”
According to Jen-Hsun Huang, in terms of creating safe AI systems, standards-setting bodies need to come up with some relevant standards, similar to the way medical institutions set some safety rules for medical safety practices. In addition, legal and social norms will also play a key role in AI development.
He said, “What are the social norms for using AI technology? And what are the legal norms for using it? All these standards have to be developed. Currently, everything is being developed, and the more we think about it beforehand, the more we will be in a good position.”
Jen-Hsun Huang made the remarks at an event in Stockholm. Local officials also said Tuesday that they are using Nvidia’s tools to upgrade Sweden’s fastest supercomputer, which includes developing a large language model that speaks Swedish fluently.
Before that, U.S. House Democrat Ted Lieu (R-Texas) and other lawmakers had called for the creation of a U.S. federal agency dedicated to regulating artificial intelligence. On Monday, Ted Lieu also said in an article that systems used by law enforcement agencies, such as facial recognition, could incorrectly identify otherwise innocent people.