(Reuters) – Italy’s data protection agency on Wednesday lifted a temporary ban on OpenAI’s ChatGPT artificial intelligence (AI) technology if U.S. companies comply with data protection and privacy demands by the end of April announced.
Rapid advances in AI, such as Microsoft-backed OpenAI’s ChatGPT, are complicating government efforts to agree to laws governing the use of technology.
Here are the latest steps taken by national and international governing bodies to regulate AI tools:
The government has asked Australia’s leading scientific advisory bodies for advice on how to respond to AI and is considering next steps, a spokesperson for the industry and science minister said on April 12.
The UK said in March it planned to divide responsibility for managing AI between human rights, health and safety and competition regulators, rather than create a new agency.
China’s cyberspace regulator on April 11 released draft measures to govern generative AI services, hoping companies would submit security assessments to the authorities before launching services to the general public. said there is.
China’s capital, Beijing, will help major companies build AI models that can compete with ChatGPT, Beijing’s economic and information technology bureau announced in February.
EU lawmakers are discussing the introduction of EU AI law, which will regulate anyone who offers products or services that use AI. Describes a system that can generate outputs such as content, predictions, recommendations, and decisions that affect the environment.
Legislators have proposed categorizing various AI tools according to their perceived level of risk, ranging from low to unacceptable.
The country’s privacy watchdog, CNIL, said on April 11 that it was investigating several complaints about ChatGPT after chatboxes were temporarily banned in Italy for alleged violations of privacy rules.
In March, the French National Assembly approved the use of AI video surveillance for the 2024 Paris Olympics, ignoring warnings from civil rights groups that the technology threatens civil liberties.
Italy imposed a temporary ban on OpenAI’s ChatGPT on March 31st. This is because the country’s data agency has expressed concern about the potential breach of privacy and the failure of the requested user to verify that she is over the age of 13.
On Wednesday, the data protection agency set a deadline of the end of April for OpenAI to meet data protection and privacy demands before resuming services in the country.
Digital Transformation Minister Taro Kono hopes to discuss AI technologies, including ChatGPT, and issue a unified G7 message at the G7 Digital Ministers’ Meeting scheduled for April 29-30, April 10. said.
Spain’s data protection authority has asked the EU’s privacy watchdog to assess privacy concerns surrounding ChatGPT, the agency told Reuters on April 11.
The Biden administration said on April 11 that it is seeking public comment on potential accountability measures for AI systems. President Joe Biden previously told science and technology advisers that while AI could help tackle disease and climate change, it was also important to address potential risks to society, national security and the economy. rice field.
Edited in Gdansk by Amir Orthov and Alessandro Parody Edited by Mila Nissi and Peter Graf
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