Artificial Intelligence: Advances, Ethics and Strategies


James M. Nichols (Editor)

Series: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM004000

The field of artificial intelligence is rapidly evolving, and one of the most exciting developments in recent years has been the emergence of generative models. These models have shown the ability to produce human-like language and even generate images, videos, and music. While the potential applications of generative models are vast and impressive, there are also serious concerns about the ethical implications of their use.

As the potential of AI and generative models is explored, it is essential to consider the impact they may have on society. AI must be used in a way that is ethical, transparent, and beneficial to all of society. This will require collaboration between government, industry, and academia to ensure that the AI developed is reliable, trustworthy, and aligned with public policy goals.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Advances in AI: Are We Ready for a Tech Revolution?
Committee on Oversight and Accountability

Chapter 2. Beyond I, Robot: Ethics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Digital Age
Committee on Financial Services

Chapter 3. Generative Artificial Intelligence: Overview, Issues, and Questions for Congress
Laurie A. Harris

Chapter 4. Artificial Intelligence: DOD Should Improve Strategies, Inventory Process, and Collaboration Guidance
United States Government Accountability Office


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