Following in the footsteps of Europe and the United States, India is contemplating a legal framework for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and applications such as ChatGPT. As per reports, IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said that the Indian government is exploring a legislative framework for AI that would address issues such as algorithm bias and copyrights.
While speaking to the media Minister Vaishnaw said that the growing influence of AI platforms is a concern for various countries, and a framework needs to be implemented after international discussions.
The Minister also added that “The whole world is looking at what should be the framework, and what should be the regulatory setup. In G7, all digital ministers (of G7 countries) are seriously concerned about what should be the regulatory framework. So, this is a global thing. This is not one country’s issue. This has to be looked at from the international perspective,”
Earlier, CEO of OpenAI Sam Altman appeared in front of the US Senate panel and urged the US lawmakers to form regulations with respect to the dangers of AI.
He stated that the most concerning aspect of ChatGPT is how it may disrupt the employment market while simultaneously addressing the potential it has to produce higher-quality jobs, even if some older ones are lost.