UN report calls for regulation of potentially dangerous artificial intelligence

The United Nations called for the suspension of artificial intelligence systems that “posed a serious threat to human rights” until research and supervision were completed.It published a report After worrying about countries and companies adopting artificial intelligence without due diligence, today. Michelle Bachelet, the High Commissioner for Human Rights, stated that artificial intelligence can be a “power for good”, but emphasized that if it is used without consideration, it will still produce serious negatives, “even Catastrophic” impact.

The report analyzes the ways in which artificial intelligence affects human rights, including privacy, health and education, and freedom of movement, expression, and assembly.