Facial Recognition Technology: Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai agrees to put a temporary moratorium on Facial Recognition Technology. Sundar Pichai, Chief Executive Officer of Alphabet INC, has accepted the proposal of the European Union to put a temporary moratorium on the latest technology of face recognition.
Sundar Pichai said, “I think the government should settle this matter soon.” Also, a framework has to be prepared for this technique. He further states that experts will also have to consider how to use facial recognition technology.
Hackers can misuse face data
Just as the passwords of your phone number and email ID are stored in the database, the face data is also stored in the data of tech companies. This can also cause users’ data leaks. However, users have the option to change the password after it is hacked, but there is no option to secure the face data.
Sundar Pichai gave a big statement about AI
Sundar Pichai has said that there is no question in my mind that Artificial Intelligence should not be controlled. But the problem is what kind of approach would be adopted for this. He further said that we have to make sure that this technology can reach all the users. At the same time, Sundar Pichai has also insisted on creating a guideline for Artificial Intelligence.
It is necessary to create a balance between the disadvantages and advantages of AI technology
Sundar Pichai believes that separate rules have to be made for this technique. Also, Google will invest in the equipment used for it. Apart from this, you also have to be prepared for the damage caused by this technique.
At the same time, he has acknowledged that there is a need to strike a balance between the advantages and disadvantages of artificial intelligence. For example, the rules for self-driving cars and the framework for healthcare have to be prepared.
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