The U.S. Federal Trade Commission issued the “Combatting Online Harms Through Innovation” report to Congress, urging "great caution" in relying on artificial intelligence as a policy solution for online harms. The report outlines concerns of inaccuracy, bias, discrimination and increasingly invasive use of commercial surveillance. It states lawmakers should develop legal frameworks that ensure AI tools do not cause additional harm.
FTC Report: Combatting Online Harms Through Innovation
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