In a thought-provoking piece for Slate, Bruce Schneier warns about the potential of AI enabling mass spying, with AI systems being capable of automatically analyzing and summarizing large volumes of conversation data. This could lead to a new era of mass spying that is not limited to conversations on phones or computers and could extend […]
- AI models may enable a new era of mass spying, allowing for the automated analysis and summarization of large volumes of conversation data, beyond just conversations on phones or computers.
- The shift from traditional surveillance to AI-powered spying introduces concerns about analyzing the intent and context of interactions, potentially impacting personal privacy and freedom of expression.
- Government regulation, such as President Biden’s Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights and the European Union’s draft AI Act, may be necessary to address the implications of mass spying.