The human rights must be already inserted in the artificial intelligencea technology that is advancing by leaps and bounds and that while it offers immense opportunities, it also carries great risks, said today the UN high commissioner for human rights, Volker Turk.
In a press conference in which he reviewed the issues most urgent and worrisome in terms of human rights in the world, Türk said that human rights must be incorporated “to the entire Lifecycle of artificial intelligence” and that both governments and the private sector must be held accountable for it.
Both must ensure that there are certain guarantee around this technology, “which of course we need, without a doubt, although at the same time regulations are needed,” he said.
The high commissioner recalled that the creators of the tool themselves ChatGPT They have publicly called for it to be regulated.
“We feel that there is an urgency that these regulations are established quickly,” he stressed.