Artificial Intelligence has been rapidly advancing in recent years, with its applications exploding across various industries. However, as its use becomes more and more ubiquitous, concerns have been raised about the ethical implications of AI. To address these concerns, the AIethics.ai invites you to join our movement which is urging a more robust ethical approach to ai regulation in the UK government’s white paper consultation.
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