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AI lacks logic and reasoning, not a threat to jobs: union minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar

AI lacks logic and reasoning, not a threat to jobs: union minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar

New Delhi: Amid mass layoffs and the rise of artificial intelligence, union minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar said that he does not see AI to be a threat to jobs. He claimed that AI is not sophisticated at this point to have the reasoning and logic jobs needed.

"While AI is disruptive, we do not see in the next few years the so-called threat of replacing the jobs. Because the current stage of the development of AI is very task-oriented and not reasoning, logic, etc. Jobs usually have reasoning and logic and AI is not as sophisticated at this point," said the minister for Entrepreneurship, Skill Development, Electronics, and Technology.

He added that the government will be considering the aspects of user harm to regulate AI and assured that the government will safeguard digital citizens through this technology. "Our approach towards AI regulation is very simple. We will regulate AI as we regulate Web 3 or any emerging technologies to ensure they do not harm digital citizens."

He further said that companies willing to operate in India will have to mitigate the harms AI is posing.

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