Precisely because of their enormous potential, their diverse areas of application and their ability to learn, artificial intelligence (AI) systems must be and remain safe and controllable at the same time. Here, it is important to find the right balance in regulation.
Voice assistants, translations at the push of a button, predictive maintenance or applicant management systems. Despite the diverse areas of application, artificial intelligence (AI) is only at the beginning of its development. many of the future areas of application are not even foreseeable yet. This opens up great opportunities for developers and manufacturers to achieve competitive advantages with improvements based on the use of artificial intelligence.
In addition to further coordination, a great deal of detailed work will now have to be done in the future; the corresponding norms and standards will have to be worked out or adapted and procedures for conformity assessment will have to be developed. In doing so, the organisational and technical effort for manufacturers should be kept within reasonable limits so as not to hinder the developments of AI systems. At the same time, it is also important to gain economic and social trust in this promising technology.
Under the german title “KI-Sicherheit: Das richtige Maß zur Regulierung von KI finden”, the magazine “it-daily” gave Randolf-Heiko Skerka, Division Manager IS Management at SRC Security Research & Consulting GmbH, the opportunity to comment comprehensively.
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