New Research Brief by Jim Samuel: The Critical Need for Transparency and Regulation Amidst the Rise of Powerful AI Models

May 2, 2023

As artificial intelligence (AI) technologies cross over a vital threshold of competitiveness with human intelligence, it is necessary to properly frame critical questions in the service of shaping policy and governance while sustaining human values and identity. Given AI’s vast socioeconomic implications, government actors and technology creators must proactively address the unique and emerging ethical concerns that are inherent to AI’s many uses. 

This research brief by Jim Samuel was published by Scholars Strategy Network (SSN). SSN briefs highlight the core ideas, findings, and policy implications of peer-reviewed research. They describe the findings of original research and break down key points on a wide range of topics.

Read the full brief here.

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