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Romania creates the first ethical council for the control of artificial intelligence

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Romania creates a consultative scientific and ethical council in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), reports the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digitization (MCІD), cited by Romania Іnѕіdеr.

The newly created council unites skilled specialists “who can offer their expertise for the benefit of the public, for the development of the AI cloud in Romania”.

Above all, the new world will have the task of controlling and protecting the artificial intelligence, which destroys it before it can be of benefit to society.

The group consists of the Romanian researchers and innovators of leading companies, as well as the specialists in the field of living sheep. Therefore, they have extensive experience in the research and development of AI technologies.

The rapid development of AI could lead to the automation of a quarter of jobs in the US and Europe, which could leave around 300 million people without a job. and their job. This is the reason for the investigation of Goldman Sachs.

The Investment Bank has announced that “genetic” AI systems such as RTG, which can create behavior indistinguishable from human-made ones, will probably A boom in manufacturing that could increase annual global GDP by 7% per year period of 10 years.

Against this background, however, the technology may also lead to “significant job shifts”, exposing about 300 million jobs in Europe and the United States to peak automation.

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