EPIC releases report on generative AI harms

23/05/2023 | EPIC

A report by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) addresses concerns about the potential risks posed by new generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools like ChatGPT, Midjourney, and DALL-E. While these tools can produce new and realistic text, images, audio, and videos, the rapid integration of generative AI technology into consumer-facing products has made AI development less transparent and accountable. As a result, consumers now face increased risks of harm, such as information manipulation, impersonation, data breaches, intellectual property theft, and discrimination. EPIC's report: Generating Harms: Generative AI's Impact & Paths Forward, offers case studies, examples, and research-backed recommendations to address these concerns and provide a common understanding of the potential harms that generative AI can produce.

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