Within our compassionate AI Lab, we have diligently worked to create a series of AI indexes and measurement criteria with the objective of safeguarding the interests of future generations and empowering humanity.
In this article, we present an exploration of ten indispensable ethical AI indexes that are paramount for the responsible AI development and deployment of Large Language Models (LLMs) through the intricate processes of data training and modeling.
The 10 Ethical AI Indexes For LLM AI Sri Amit Ray Compassionate AI Lab
Large-language AI models like GPT-3, GPT-4, PaLM 2, LLaMA, Chinchilla, Gopher, and BLOOM have changed the field of artificial intelligence in a big way. However, ethical considerations are the biggest challenge for large-language AI models. These models are very good at generating language and have a huge amount of promise to serve humanity. But with a lot of power comes a lot of responsibility, and it’s important to look into the social issues that come up when making and using these cutting-edge language models.
Ethical Responsibility in Large Language AI Models
In this article, we explore the ethical considerations surrounding large language AI models, specifically focusing on notable models like GPT-3, GPT-4, PaLM 2, LLaMA, Chinchilla, Gopher, and BLOOM. If not carefully addressed now, the immense power and influence of these types of models can inadvertently promote biases and other chaos in the human society.
In this article, we explore the transition from data-driven AI to compassionate AI and how it holds the key to safeguarding humanity and empowering the next generation. We can unlock the full potential of AI while assuring fairness, encouraging well-being, and creating meaningful human-machine interactions by incorporating empathy, ethics, and societal values into AI systems. By embracing compassionate AI, which incorporates empathy and societal values, we can overcome these limitations, safeguard humanity, and empower future generations.
Safeguarding Humanity and Empowering Future Generations
Recently, artificial intelligence (AI) has made enormous advances, revolutionizing sectors and reshaping the way we live and work. Data-driven AI has been at the forefront of this AI revolution, with its capacity to handle massive volumes of data and extract valuable insights.
However, as we continue to harness the power of AI, we must understand and confront the limitations of a data-only strategy. The transition to compassionate AI has arisen as a necessary and ethical necessity, with the goal of protecting mankind and empowering future generations.
In this article, we discussed the 10 properties and characteristics of hybrid classical-quantum machine learning approaches for our Compassionate AI Lab projects. Quantum computers with the power of machine learning will disrupt every industry. They will change the way we live in this world and the way we fight diseases, care for old people and blind people, invent new medicines and new materials, and solve health, climate and social issues. Similar to the 10 V’s of big data we have identified 10 M’s of quantum machine learning (QML). These 10 properties of quantum machine learning can be argued, debated and fine tuned for further refinements.
Hybrid Classical Quantum Machine Learning
The compassionate AI lab is currently developing a hybrid classical-quantum machine learning (HQML) framework – a quantum computing virtual plugin to build a bridge between the available quantum computing facilities with the classical machine learning software like Tensor flow, Scikit-learn, Keras, XGBoost, LightGBM, and cuDNN.
Presently the hybrid classical-quantum machine learning (HQML) framework includes the quantum learning algorithms like: Quantum Neural Networks, Quantum Boltzmann Machine, Quantum Principal Component Analysis, Quantum k-means algorithm, Quantum k-medians algorithm, Quantum Bayesian Networks and Quantum Support Vector Machines.
Here, Dr. Amit Ray discusses the five key benefits of quantum machine learning.
Quantum machine learning is evolving very fast and gaining enormous momentum due to its huge potential. Quantum machine learning is the key technology for future compassionate artificial intelligence. In our Compassionate AI Lab, we have conducted several experiments on quantum machine learning in the areas of drug-discovery, combating antibiotic resistance bacteria, and multi-omics data integration.
What is holding back the large scale implementation of machine learning systems in healthcare and precision medicine? In this article Dr. Amit Ray, explains the key obstacles and challenges of implementing large-scale machine learning systems in healthcare. Dr. Ray argued that lack of deeper integration, incomplete understanding of the underlying molecular processes of disease it is intended to treat, may limit the progress of implementing large-scale machine learning based reliable systems in healthcare. Here, nine obstacles of present day machine learning systems in healthcare are discussed.
How many qubits are needed to outperform conventional computers? How to protect a quantum computer from the effects of decoherence? And how to design more than 1,000 qubits fault-tolerant large-scale quantum computers? These are the three basic questions we want to deal in this article.
Qubit technologies, qubit quality, qubit count, qubit connectivity and qubit architectures are the five key areas of quantum computing. In this article, we explain the practical issues of designing large-scale quantum computers.
Probably you know the concept of many world interpretation of quantum mechanics. In this article, we will explain how this concept can be used in quantum computing.
Many scientist believe that Many World Interpretation (MWI) of quantum mechanics is self-evidently absurd for quantum computing. However, recently, there are many groups of scientist increasingly believing that MWI has the real future in quantum computing, because MWI can provide true quantum parallelism. Here, I briefly discuss the scopes and challenges of MWI for future quantum computing for exploration into the deeper aspects of qubits and quantum computing with MWI.
This tutorial is for the researchers, volunteers and students of the Compassionate AI Lab for understanding the deeper aspects of quantum computing for implementing large-scale compassionate artificial intelligence projects.
Balance control in elderly people is one of the key issues of old age. Artificial Intelligence can play a big role to solve this issue. In this research work, we demonstrate the application of machine learning techniques for posture alignments and the control of the body center of mass for disable people.
Designing automated balance control system for elderly people is one of the key project of our Compassionate AI Lab. Here, Dr. Amit Ray discuses about one of the recent project of AI using deep learning algorithms for automatic balance control of elderly people. He explains how machine learning algorithms can be used to study and improve the dynamical properties of postural stability of elderly people. The project focuses on how image recognition, human-body joint dynamics, and path navigation methods of artificial intelligence can be used to eliminate the imbalance, fall and injury of elderly people or for physically challenged people.
Compassionate Artificial Intelligence can be used for helping elderly people in many ways. Here, we discuss about one of our recent project of using AI & deep learning techniques for automatic balance control. The machine learning algorithms are used to improve dynamical properties of postural stability. In this project AI based machine learning algorithms are used to find the insights into the person specific postural strategies for older adults in order to adapt to the postural challenges during sleeping, standing, turning and walking. To study the body movement behavior of elderly people accurately, it is necessary to observe and record their movement trajectory and joint movements quantitatively and precisely in three dimensions.Read More »Artificial Intelligence for Balance Control and Fall Detection of Elderly People