Biden Bets on AI Anarchy, Ignores Expert Meltdown!

The Biden administration is at it again, turning to so-called “experts” for input on how to navigate the treacherous waters of open-source artificial intelligence models. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has announced that they are seeking public comment on the risks and benefits of using these open-source AI systems. Let’s hope they don’t take advice from the same “experts” who told us eating Tide Pods was a good idea.

According to the NTIA, open-source AI software allows the public to modify the model and implement innovations not yet on the commercial market. While this might sound like a nerdy tech dream come true, it also opens the door for all sorts of trouble. These models could be exploited by bad actors – and no, we’re not talking about Leonardo DiCaprio in “Catch Me If You Can.” We’re talking about real-life villains using this technology for nefarious purposes, like spreading fake news or even creating biological weapons. It’s the stuff of sci-fi nightmares, folks.

For the next 30 days, the public is being invited to share their thoughts on this technology. Thirty days to navigate the complexities of artificial intelligence? Good luck with that. Meanwhile, big tech companies like Meta and IBM are cheerleading for open-source AI, probably because they stand to make a pretty penny from it. Meta’s Vice President of Global Affairs, Nick Clegg, is all giddy about the “benefits of AI” being shared by everyone. Sharing is caring, right? Well, maybe Meta should start by sharing some of its massive profits.

To make matters worse, these open-source models are like the wild west of technology. Once they’re out there in the digital sphere, anyone with an internet connection can tinker with them. It’s like giving a toddler a sledgehammer and hoping they’ll build a sandcastle instead of smashing everything in sight. Sens. Josh Hawley and Richard Blumenthal have raised concerns about the potential misuse of these models. And if you thought the European Union would come to the rescue, think again. They’ve decided to exempt most of these AI models from their reporting requirements, leaving the door wide open for chaos to walk right in.

So, there you have it, folks. The Biden administration is seeking advice on how to handle this open-source AI minefield. Let’s just hope they don’t get lost in the labyrinth of ones and zeros and come out on the other side speaking binary.

Written by Staff Reports

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