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AI Battle: CIOs Need to Get Ready for More Regulation

While approaches differ, the common goal is to strike a balance that fosters innovation while safeguarding against the misuse and harm of AI.
Trey Hill
Contributing Writer

As generative AI continues to gain prominence, governments globally are facing mounting pressure to introduce regulations that address the potential risks. From issues of accuracy and bias to data privacy and copyright infringement, policymakers are grappling with how best to govern this technology. While approaches differ, the common goal is to strike a balance that fosters innovation while safeguarding against the misuse and harm of AI.

Why it matters: The different approaches taken to AI regulation taken by governments worldwide, highlight the need for CIOs to navigate varying regulatory landscapes when implementing AI technologies across different jurisdictions.

  • Generative AI’s potential to generate misinformation and disinformation poses reputational risks and challenges to maintaining trust in organizations’ online content and communications.
  • Regulatory measures and compliance requirements around generative AI can impact the development, deployment, and use of AI technologies within organizations, requiring CIOs to ensure compliance and mitigate legal risks.
  • CIOs need to consider the ethical implications and societal impact of generative AI, including issues related to privacy, bias, accountability, and the need for transparent and auditable AI systems.

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