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Stephen Downes

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From the announcement: "The World Health Organization (WHO) is releasing new guidance on the ethics and governance of large multi-modal models (LMMs) – a type of fast growing generative artificial intelligence (AI) technology with applications across health care. The guidance outlines over 40 recommendations for consideration by governments, technology companies, and health care providers to ensure the appropriate use of LMMs to promote and protect the health of populations." As with many similar publications, the document takes a risk-based approach. It also recommends governments "Invest in or provide not-for-profit or public infrastructure, including computing power and public data sets, accessible to developers in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, that requires users to adhere to ethical principles and values in exchange for access," a suggestion I would endorse. (Currently getting a 403 Forbidden error, but I expect that will be cleared up shortly).

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