Newly Updated Report: The Spectrum of Artificial Intelligence – Companion to the FPF AI Infographic
Today, we are re-releasing the report: The Spectrum of Artificial Intelligence – Companion to the FPF AI Infographic with new updates to account for the development and use of advanced generative AI tools. In December 2020, FPF published the Spectrum of Artificial Intelligence – An Infographic Tool, designed to visually display the variety and complexity of Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems, the fields this science is based on, and a small sample of the use cases these technologies support for consumers.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become an integral part of our lives, transforming how we interact, work, and make decisions. From virtual assistants and recommendation systems to autonomous vehicles and medical diagnostics, AI technologies have made remarkable progress. However, as AI continues to advance, it is essential to understand how it works and the ethical considerations that accompany it.
This updated report places generative AI within the larger AI Landscape to address foundational questions about the operation and development of the technology, including generative AI’s use of personal information, the ability of individuals to meaningfully utilize access, correction, or deletion rights, as well as means and methods available to minimize inaccurate information and hallucinations in outputs.
As generative AI becomes mainstream through tools such as Open AI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard, it introduces new and transformational use cases for AI in everyday life, including the workplace. However, there are also risks and ethical considerations to manage throughout the lifecycle of these systems. A better understanding of all the kinds of AI systems and how they relate to one another benefits organizations, policymakers, and the general public is essential. The re-release of The Spectrum of Artificial Intelligence – Companion to the FPF AI Infographic strives to do this.
Download the updated version of the report.