Microsoft, which has been studying artificial intelligence for 25 years, said: "The field of artificial intelligence is growing rapidly and there will be more industries involved, so new laws and regulations will be needed to manage it.
Microsoft believes companies that make and sell AI devices will need to be held accountable for the harm caused by "unreasonable behavior" that includes "irrational behavior" that includes vehicles that drive autonomously that cause damage in a dangerous manner Or death and so on.
And with the advancement of artificial intelligence and automation technology, the number of skilled workers continues to grow, companies need to take responsibility for their employees and protect their legitimate interests.
Microsoft is also trying to get rid of the new challenges that new technologies may bring, such as job losses due to new technologies, people wrecked by faulty or buggy algorithms, etc.
Recently, Microsoft is advocating amending labor laws, classifying workers appropriately, and distributing benefits such as health care and retirement plans to people like Uber drivers or those who send couriers full time.
Microsoft put forward these ideas in the book "Computing in the Future," which is 149 pages long.
The book states: "The electronics industry has gained the benefits of technological advances, while some employees have not received due benefits and protection. Companies that fail to recognize the importance of worker protection not only provide Additional risk losses can be borne by your brand and may also be subject to court-enforced measures. & rdquo;