In Colombia, artificial intelligence has been present in the lives of citizens for many years. That is why the superintendence of industry and commerce wants to determine If this tool violates the security of personal data.
Generative artificial intelligence, which produces content identical to that created by humans, has already attracted the attention of authorities in Colombia.
“Assignment of appointments, posting of traffic tickets. what cameras do is detect vehicle plate or license plate and put summons”, assures Andres Guzmán, an expert in artificial intelligence.
In terms of artificial intelligence, regulation in Colombia is almost nil, when compared to other countries that have already started implementing the rules of the game.
“In Colombia, the law on this matter is still very flexible. Unlike in Europe, in cases such as Italy, which has made explicit prohibitions. These intelligences help to make the task easier, however, We are giving up on our security to be able to use these devices, putting it at risk”, said Axel Diaz, CEO of Adelaide Corp.
Experts agree that while artificial intelligence has great benefits, it also comes with risks.
“There have been talks that many jobs are going to be lost, that is true. They can be replaced by issues such as the additional creation of new jobs, such as artificial intelligence programmers.” Guzman added.
The recommendations are mainly focused on verifying their statuses before using these tools and recognizing that it is not a fake site created by criminals.
Google’s artificial intelligence
Last Wednesday, May 10, 2023, Google opened up its free artificial intelligence tool, Bard, in English, Japanese and Korean, to 180 countries, which it launched nearly two months ago and which until now has been available only by invitation or waiting list. could be accessed.
Speaking at Google I/O 2023, Google’s annual developer event, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet, said he wants AI to be a tool to help everyone.
Google continues to do the same in its competition with Microsoft, a company that a week ago opened its free artificial intelligence tool to everyone, Bing, which is capable of generating texts and images.
For her part, Sissi Hsiao, vice president and general manager of Google Assistant and Bard at Google, said that “very soon” Bard will be available in the “top 40 languages” of the world.