Japan drafts guidelines to tackle overreliance on AI technology

Japan is drafting AI guidelines to reduce overreliance and address biased data. The government panel is expected to finalize the guidelines by the end of the year, outlining 10 ground rules for AI companies to ensure fairness, transparency, and protection of human rights. AI developers, service providers, and users will share responsibility, with developers ensuring data accuracy and preventing unauthorized access, while providers will warn users about personal information and guarantee limited use of services.

In July, the Japanese Ministry of Education issued guidelines for the use of AI in schools. Japan also announced that it’s working on its own culturally sensitive language model.

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Online journalist Matthias is the co-founder and publisher of THE DECODER. He believes that artificial intelligence will fundamentally change the relationship between humans and computers.

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