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Artificial Intelligence pioneer Andrew Ng says we need AI regulation to avoid 'toxic outcomes' and put the 'most evil, most exploitative companies' in check

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Regulations invaded the land of silicon Valley as Apple, Google Facebook Microsoft, and other tech giants faced down the government to impose new rules on the use of their technology.
On the other hand of the father of Artificial intelligence technology is welcoming the storm:Andrew Ng, known as the co-founder of Google brain and Coursera and the former chief scientist at Baidu, Andrew believes that regulating artificial intelligence will serve a good purpose for the industry.
For the moment, Andrew said, a lot of effort is being made to solve problems with AI that not necessarily wanted to be solved. Once we know what we want and don't want AI to do for us the entire tech industry will be able to refocus it's efforts in more productive initiatives.
Andrew also said that in the financial sector, AI-powered, high-frequency trading software can have massive market impact both positive and negative with out human intervention. It falls to regulations and regulators to decide how much is enough and what behavior is unhealthy and can lead to unwanted consequences.
There are some unwanted outcomes in finance, and government should regulate that, Andrew said. In general it's the role of government regulators to eliminate toxic behaviors.
Andrew didn't ignore the impact of AI on other fields such as online advertising. "Some of the most business succeed by exploiting their users," incentive advertisers to place sensationalized ads that prey on users personal stories fears and insecurities and drive them to click through. Andrew thinks that regulation could put these evil exploitative companies in the check, and in turn put their considerable talent into more beneficial use.
While andrew didn't name companies, Google and Facebook the leading outline advertising companies have been criticized for the way their services spread politically motivated misinformation via AI-powered search engines and algorithmic feeds.
Andrew believes the talks about the AI arms race between America and China is overblown and either or not regulations we're applied, In his opinion China having robust industry won't diminish America'a or vise versa.

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Artificial Intelligence pioneer Andrew Ng says we need AI regulation to avoid 'toxic outcomes' and put the 'most evil, most exploitative companies' in check
Andrew ng believes regulation of Artificial technology could help everyone to move faster toward the right direction
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