ChatGPT faces increased scrutiny under new EU proposals
Policy makers around the world are grappling with how to mitigate the risks of a boom in generative AI tools that allow people to create content such as text and pictures with simple prompts
The European Union took a step toward more regulation of artificial intelligence tools such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard.
Parliamentarians for the EU’s internal market and justice committees agreed Thursday that companies creating “foundational” AI models should be required to produce risk assessments, summarise copyrighted material used to train the models and make sure users know when they’re interacting with AI or watching a deepfake. They also voted to ban the real-time use of ...