Google, Anthropic, Microsoft and Open AI are forming a Frontier Model Forum to promote responsible AI. Do you find it encouraging to see an industry forum on responsible AI?

Yes, it’s great to see industry taking initiative20%

Somewhat, but it is yet to be proven worthwhile74%

No, I think it’s more PR than anything6%

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Director of Data, Self-employed
It is encouraging development, seven tech titans including Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and OpenAI have pledged to lead in responsible AI development. 
This commitment encompasses:
1️⃣ Bias Protection:
Ensuring AI systems do not discriminate or exhibit bias. 
2️⃣ Transparency & Explainability: 
Making AI workings clear, understandable, and transparent to users. 
3️⃣ Security & Privacy: 
Building robust, safe AI systems that respect and protect user privacy. 
4️⃣ Accountability: 
Owning up to potential AI-related harms.
This initiative signifies a monumental shift towards fair and beneficial AI, highlighting a shared vision for a better technological future. 
But, it's important to remember, this is only the beginning.
As an advocate of Responsible AI, I'm inspired by this commitment. Yet, it also highlights the continued effort we need to put in. 
Responsible AI is about creating tech that actively promotes fairness, equity, and inclusion. 
It's not a cookie-cutter solution; it's a constantly evolving, dynamic process requiring our constant attention and proactive innovation.

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