Google Publishes Its ‘Prohibited Use Policy’ For Upcoming AI Products And Capabilities

It was recently unveiled how generative AI elements were going to be a part of Google’s long list of useful tools.

This included the likes of Google Docs and Gmail as well as those belonging to third parties. Now, the tech giant says it is publishing a list of the prohibited use policy for people using the upcoming products and capabilities feature.

It was mentioned yesterday how the search engine giant claimed all AI models would be providing users with assistance so they could better explore different topics and instill newfound creativity while learning different things.

Google says it wants its users to make use of the product in a responsible and engaging manner that is legally acceptable. It also highlighted the terms to make others aware of how certain actions would not be tolerated including the performance of dangerous, malicious, and illegal behavior.

Similarly, it would not be able to produce and generate any kinds of content that are made with the intention of misinforming or misrepresenting, or misleading users.

Thirdly, any explicitly themed content derived through AI technology would not be allowed including those sexual and violent themes. Similarly, abusive and nude materials would not be allowed.

The search engine giant further elaborated upon how it would not be accepting any content that misrepresented the reality of a situation. It was made by AI, it can’t be deemed as a product produced by humans. And any form of deception that plans on doing this would not be tolerated.

Google also boldly mentioned how it does not have any intention of allowing content that impersonated another, be it that person was alive or dead.

Above all, any claims of false expertise linked to sensitive areas like legal, finance, health, and governmental organizations would not be allowed. And lastly, any claims made regarding the automated decision that could affect an individual mentally or physically would not be allowed.

There was even a long list of disclaimers worth a glance where Google outlines from the start that these services are making use of experimental technology and could at times give out details that were not correct or ended up being offensive and did not represent the tech giant’s views.

Therefore, they’re advising people to use discretion before blindly relying on the data and publishing it elsewhere. It similarly advises against the use of the data for things like medical, professional, legal, and other sensitive domains for advice.

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