Europe is pioneering in the regulation of artificial intelligence
By Chloe Woitier Posted 44 minutes ago , Update 43 minutes ago Designers of generative…
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Designers of generative AIs such as ChatGPT will have to make public the body of data on which their models are trained. Vitor Miranda/Shutterstock / Vitor Miranda
DECRYPTION – The AI Act should be adopted by the end of 2023. With a key issue: how the text will deal with future ChatGPTs.
Will Europe be the first continent to frame the bubbling artificial intelligence (AI) sector? While the White House last Thursday summoned the leaders of the most advanced groups in this field (Microsoft, Google, Open AI) in order to remind them of their responsibilities in the face of this technology, which is as promising as it is worrying, the European Union (EU) is preparing, for its part, to begin the home stretch of a legislative marathon around the act on artificial intelligence, or AI Act.
This unique legislation in the world was presented by the Commission in April 2021. Barely two years later, the European Parliament is preparing to adopt this Thursday in committee its own version of the text, which integrated at the last minute the burning question of generative AI. This will be followed by the trialogue phase, i.e. the final negotiations between the Brussels institutions (Parliament, Commission and Council). Under the impetus of Spain, which will take over the presidency of the Council…