Silicon Valley Heads to Europe, Nervous About New Rules in AI
Google’s Sundar Pichai and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg came to London even Then Apple’s senior vice president for artificial intelligence, John Giannandrea, main reason so many Silicon Valley executives are paying court in the European Union’s capital: E.U. lawmakers are debating a new digital policy.
Google CEO said in a speech last month when he visited Brussels. Pichai said regulation of artificial intelligence was needed to ensure proper human oversight, but added “there is a balance to be had” to ensure that rules do not stifle innovation.
The new laws passed by European Union on digital privacy and penalized Google and others on antitrust matters, which has inspired tougher action elsewhere in the world. Artificial intelligence new policy is also likely to be a template that others will adopt.
In this new policy, Machines are being trained to learn how to perform jobs on their own is seen by technologists, business leaders and government officials as one of the world’s most transformative technologies.
The debate over the European Union new policies includes, how to expand Europe’s homegrown tech industry, is expected to last through 2020.The main focus is to outline riskier uses of the technology, includes in health care and transportation like self-driving cars and how those will come under tougher government scrutiny.