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Japan PM Kishida Says G7 Summit Will Discuss ChatGPT

08:41 AM April 20, 2023

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida confirmed the upcoming G7 Summit would discuss the artificial intelligence program ChatGPT. He told the local news agency Kyodo, “International rules need to be created.” His comment follows the growing worldwide sentiment to regulate AI programs like ChatGPT.

The G7 summit is an annual international forum where seven of the world’s most powerful leaders will discuss global issues. It includes the United States, Germany, Italy, Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the European Union (EU). This year’s G7 Summit will take place in Hiroshima, a city recovering from the devastation of an atomic bomb.

It will last from May 19 to 21, 2023. Further details about ChatGPT in the G7 Summit have not emerged at the time of writing. Still, we could explore the worldwide concerns surrounding artificial intelligence. That way, we have an idea of how the G7 Summit will maximize the benefits and mitigate the risks of AI.


What are the potential risks of ChatGPT?

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ChatGPT impressed the world with its uncanny ability to generate various texts within seconds. However, it terrified others with its unprecedented potential to disrupt daily life.


It can produce mimic the writing styles of other writers. Consequently, people could use AI to produce media similar to their content, taking away their potential income.

Some have taken to court to stop AI plagiarism, but most countries do not have laws concerning artificial intelligence. As a result, AI copyright remains a contentious worldwide issue.


ChatGPT recently gained a new large language model called GPT-4, which adds more powerful features to the program. That is why more people feared it would take over numerous jobs.

According to the Institution of Incorporated Engineers, artificial intelligence could affect around 300 million jobs. Specifically, it would likely eliminate repetitive office jobs.

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Blue-collar and manual jobs aren’t safe either. A FirstPost report says robots have already taken over the waiter role. Also, artificial intelligence firms have been incorporating their technology into robots.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk stated AI humanoid robots would outnumber people and take over numerous professions. Also, he is developing machines that would serve households.

As a result, he would likely produce robots that would perform manual labor. Generative AI has also become powerful enough to produce voices, videos, and images.

These features sparked fears of scammers using AI to dupe millions into giving their money. Worse, more nefarious individuals would use it to fabricate scandals and spread misinformation.

People have also been speculating about the imminent rise of artificial general intelligence. An AGI is an AI system that can think and learn like humans. It is an idea only explored in science fiction. However, we do not know how to handle sentient AI in real life.

Other groups responding to ChatGPT besides G7

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Other world leaders have been responding to the AI trend before the G7 Summit. For example, the Cyberspace Administration of China proposed measures to manage generative AI.

It includes regulations like submitting security assessments to authorities before launching AI products. Also, US President Joe Biden publicly stated his concerns regarding the rise of artificial intelligence.

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The Philippines has proposed an AI bill to launch its first artificial intelligence agency. Rep. Robert Ace Barbers filed the proposal on the first of March. Here’s how he explained the law’s purpose:

“AI is rapidly transforming the global economy, with its potential to enhance productivity, improve the delivery of public services, and drive economic growth.”

“While the Philippines recognizes the importance of AI in the development of the country, the rapid phase of technological advancement in AI also poses risks and challenges that must be addressed to ensure that its benefits are maximized, and its negative impacts are minimized, if not avoided.”

The European Union also called for a summit to discuss methods of controlling AI development. Moreover, the European Parliament will vote on an AI act on April 26, 2023.


Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said the upcoming G7 Summit would discuss ChatGPT. Its Group of Seven leaders will collaborate on methods to minimize the risks of AI development.

At the time of writing, there were no further details regarding the ChatGPT G7 discussion. Meanwhile, the world continues to expand its use of artificial intelligence.

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