AI, ChatGPT and its Governing Laws

What is AI? AI (Artificial Intelligence) is a technology that simulates human intelligence by machines but cannot process any natural intelligence like any human or animal does. It carries out activities that don’t require human intelligence, these activities could include everything from decision-making to comprehending language to spotting patterns in visuals.

How does it function? Statistical models and algorithms are used by AI systems to analyze and learn from vast volumes of data, enabling them to anticipate the future and take action based on patterns they have identified. AI differs from conventional computer programs in that it has the capacity to learn and adapt. While functioning AI sometimes needs human supervision and sometimes it doesn’t, for example, enforcing positive choices while discouraging negative ones, it requires human supervision, some AI systems do not need human supervision as they are built to learn on their own, for instance by repeatedly playing a video game until they master its rules and how to win. Machines can mimic or even outperform human brain functions thanks to artificial intelligence. Additionally, AI is gradually becoming a part of daily life and is an area that businesses from every industry are investing in, as evidenced by the emergence of self-driving vehicles and the widespread use of smart assistants tools like Siri and Alexa.[1]

In recent times AI has created a big impact in our lives from being virtual assistants, Self-driving Cars, facial recognition software, etc. And as AI continues to develop, its impact is only going to grow. AI might offer a wide range of advantages. The advancement of healthcare, education, and transportation are just a few areas where AI may be employed. Artificial intelligence (AI) may also be used to automate processes, freeing up human workers to concentrate on more innovative and strategic work. Artificial intelligence (AI) might, however, come with significant drawbacks. AI, for instance, may be utilized to develop autonomous weaponry that could commit murder without the involvement of a person. AI may be employed to develop systems that are biased towards particular demographics.

Now let’s shift our focus to one of the biggest and most recent AI Tools- ChatGPT[2], What is chat gpt? We asked this question to model itself and here’s what we got, ChatGPT is an AI language model developed by OpenAI[3] that uses deep learning to generate human-like responses to natural language inputs. It is part of the GPT (Generative Pretrained Transformer) family of models, which are some of the most advanced language models available today. ChatGPT has been trained on a massive corpus of text data and has the ability to understand and generate responses in a wide range of topics and conversational contexts. It can be used in a variety of applications, such as chatbots, customer service, and personal assistants, among others.[4]

Now as we look at the history of ChatGPT and its relationship with AI, Elon Musk once claimed that this AI is frighteningly effective, and others have asserted that it has the potential to end Google’s era as the premier information provider. ChatGPT is an AI chatbot created using open AI is called Converse GPT. However, because GPT itself has a history, and despite the fact that many drug users have been astonished by its AI’s powers. Though the idea of artificial intelligence has been around for generations, it wasn’t until the 1950s that the subject of AI research was invented. At first, a dove lab was developed at Dartmouth College in 1956[5]. This lab and other early AI research aimed to create algorithms and computational models that could mimic human intelligence.[6] Over time, the field of artificial intelligence has grown and expanded, and at the present it includes a wide range of subfields, including machine learning, natural language processing, and robotics. 2015 notable figures in the tech industry, like Elon Musk and Sam Altman, invented open AI, an exploration institute and laboratory that focuses on developing artificial intelligence technologies. AI’s practical operations are in a variety of different fields, including healthcare, finance, and transportation. Open artificial intelligence aims to progress in the area of artificial intelligence and encourage its responsible application for the benefit of humanity. Open AI explores a range of fields, including natural language processing, robotics and knowledge of machines. Elon Musk asked, “What’s the cool thing we can do to make sure the future is good? We could just watch, we could encourage nonsupervisory oversight, or we could share with the right structure with people who care deeply about developing AI in a way that is safe and is beneficial to humanity since its inception.”[7] In order to develop and implement AI Technologies in a variety of activities, open AI collaborates with other groups and businesses, Microsoft made a $1 billion investment in 2019 in OpenAI which resulted in the company of the unborn licenses, including a solely granted license when GPT3.[8] Now, how about the converse GPT? Responsive GPT seasoned Motor a specific kind of expansive language model open AI-developed, This deep literacy concept makes advantage of fostering unsupervised literacy similar to natural language textbooks to mortal scribbling A which was used to train GPT. A significant amount of textbook data and different types and formats of textbooks typically used for language comparable to textbook generating chores Recapitulating, restating, and having been used in a number of activities, such as conversation systems and language imitation. GPT is a concrete example of a motor model, that is a class of neural network framework intended for the problem of processing natural language. Using a Converse bot, Open AI made the ChatGPT public by November 2022. Many people departed talks after being impressed, that its comprehensive justifications for vibrant themes considering that the interpretation is only an exercise there are still many mistakes in relation to his factual database. Nonetheless, detractors assert that the release conversely GPT purports to have created AI mainstream, and many are comprehensibly displeased and worried that with Artificial Intelligence, there may be a shift away from the imminent future this is a legitimate worry given that there is evidence for AI’s capabilities over the years notable.

As we learn things from our grandparents that we do not know about, ChatGPT also learns in the same way but from its users and it is learning and growing day by day, from its launch till now, ChatGPT & AI has created a huge impact on everyone’s life and it needs to be regulated or it might end up hurting a lot of people.  As ChatGPT is AI, the laws on AI will be regulated on ChatGPT also. There are different scenarios around the world regarding the regulation of AI, as the government must grapple with balancing the benefits of AI along with its risks. There are several various methods for regulating AI. In certain nations, like China, the government has taken the lead in creating and enforcing AI legislation. This is known as a top-down approach. Other nations, like the US, have adopted a more laissez-faire policy, with the government being more hands-off and letting the private sector to create and regulate AI.

Governments take into account a wide range of variables while creating AI rules. These considerations include the potential advantages of AI, such as higher productivity, economic expansion, and enhanced healthcare; the risks of AI, such as the loss of jobs, bias, and privacy violations; and the need to prevent strangling innovation. It is still early days in the development of AI regulation, and it is likely that the regulatory landscape will continue to evolve in the years to come. However, it is clear that governments around the world are taking AI seriously and are committed to developing regulations that will ensure that AI is used in a safe, responsible, and ethical manner.

Here are some examples of AI regulations from around the world:

China: In 2017, China published the “New Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan,”[9] outlining a number of objectives for the advancement of AI in that country. A number of regulations related to artificial intelligence are also included in the proposal, including the requirement to guarantee that AI is only employed for “good” and not “evil.”

United States: The “National Artificial Intelligence Initiative for Economic Growth” [10]was published by the US Department of Commerce in 2020. The initiative makes several recommendations for AI legislation, such as the requirement to create standards for AI systems and to guarantee that AI systems are visible and answerable.

European Union: In 2021, the European Commission released the “Artificial Intelligence Act.”[11] The act is designed to regulate the development and use of AI systems in the European Union. The act includes a number of provisions on AI ethics, such as the need to ensure that AI systems are fair and unbiased.

These are just a few examples of AI regulations from around the world. As AI continues to develop, it is likely that we will see more countries develop AI regulations. Now we’ll see what are the regulation on AI in our own country INDIA. In India, there are currently no specific laws on AI. However, there are a number of laws that may apply to AI applications, such as the Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act)[12], The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 (PDP Bill)[13], and The Competition Act, 2002[14]. The IT Act is a general law that governs the use of computers and the internet in India. It contains provisions on cybersecurity, data protection, and e-commerce. The PDP Bill is a proposed law that would provide for the protection of personal data in India. The Competition Act is a law that prohibits anti-competitive behavior in the market.

In addition to these laws, there are a number of sectoral laws that may apply to AI applications. For example, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)[15] has issued guidelines on algorithmic trading. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI)[16] has issued guidelines on the use of AI in financial services. And the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) [17]has issued guidelines on the use of AI in government services. The Indian government is currently considering the development of a specific law on AI. In 2018, MeitY released a draft National Artificial Intelligence Policy. The policy states that the government’s goal is to “ensure that AI is developed and used in a responsible and ethical manner.” The policy also includes a number of principles for the development and use of AI, such as fairness, transparency, accountability, and privacy. The development of a specific law on AI is a complex and challenging task. There are a number of factors that need to be considered, such as the need to balance the benefits of AI with the risks, the need to ensure that AI is used in a responsible and ethical manner, and the need to avoid stifling innovation. The Indian government is likely to continue to consult with stakeholders and consider all of these factors as it develops a specific law on AI.

In the meantime, businesses and other organizations that are developing or using AI applications should be aware of the laws that may apply to their activities. They should also take steps to ensure that they are using AI in a responsible and ethical manner.

In the end, we can conclude that AI is one of the greatest inventions of Humans, as every other thing AI also has its positive and negative effects on people. AI is concerning as its negative sides are more than the positive, one of the main concerns is that it is taking and it will take a lot of Jobs. ChatGPT, one of the revolutionary AI tools is creating a huge impact on society.  A Human always keeps their self-being before society, and through the help of AI one can create a lot of destruction, it is also a ‘Profound risks to society’ as said by Elon Musk and Others who all Called for a Pause on AI[18]. Although with regulation this can be controlled and we can still use and get the benefits of AI. Many countries have already started regulating AI, but right now there are no laws of AI in our country, which is a bit concerning and it needs to be resolved soon.

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[11] The Artificial Intelligence Act, European Union, available at:

[12] Information Technology Act 2000, India, available at:

[13] The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 (PDP Bill), India, available at:

[14] The Competition Act, 2002, India, available at:

[15]  Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), India, available at:

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Author: Rahul Agrawal

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