AI adoption held back by risk understanding and regulation

03/05/2024 | Pinsent Masons

The UK government has indicated that gaps in the current regulatory framework could pose challenges for holding AI developers accountable for risks arising from how their systems operate. Furthermore, the government suggests that these gaps may expose business users to risks they don't fully understand, which could negatively impact the technology's adoption across sectors. 

The latest observations were shared by the government in its response to a report published earlier this year by the House of Lords Communications and Digital Committee on large language models (LLMs) and generative AI. 

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