We promote responsible release and accountability for generative AI systems to ensure equitable co-creation and access.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and artificial generative intelligence (AGI) can undoubtedly bring remarkable advancements, but they also carry ethical risks, particularly for vulnerable groups and underrepresented regions. One of the primary concerns is the potential for bias and discrimination embedded within AI systems. These systems learn from vast amounts of data, including historical data that may reflect societal biases and prejudices. Consequently, when deployed in critical areas like healthcare, criminal justice, or financial services, AI can perpetuate and amplify existing inequalities, adversely affecting marginalized communities.