A set of rules that will be used to establish the frameworks for generative AI were announced by the National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom) on June 6th.
These recommendations are intended to create uniform norms and procedures for the study, creation, and responsible application of AI technology in India. Given that organizations and enterprises are embracing AI more and more, this is one of the country’s initial drafted regulations for the technology.
The draft guidelines were created after conversations with the technology sector, a multidisciplinary group of AI practitioners, researchers, and specialists, as well as academic and civil society leaders.
The rules place a strong emphasis on the duties that users, developers, and researchers have to uphold. They also stress how crucial it is to act with reasonable prudence, foresight, accountability, and transparency.
Supporting the advancement of humanity as a whole is the aim. The entire lifecycle of a generative AI system should be monitored internally by researchers and developers, who are also expected to exercise prudence by completing thorough risk assessments.
In order to facilitate the implementation of responsible AI, Nasscom plans to raise awareness about the adoption of these rules, create detailed guidance for various use cases, and improve the current Responsible AI Resource Kit.