EU authorities are discussing tightening regulation of large AI models, including Llama 2 from Meta and GPT-4 from OpenAI. Bloomberg writes about this.
According to the agency, we are talking about additional restrictions within the framework of the future Artificial Intelligence Law. Representatives of the Schengen area countries, the European Commission and the European Parliament want to strengthen control over the most prominent players, but not overload startups, the sources said.
They added that the discussions are still at a preliminary stage.
The European Commission presented a bill on AI regulation in April 2021. It has been criticized by human rights activists who have called for a ban on the use of tracking algorithms, including facial recognition.
In November 2022, the final version of the document appeared – it does not limit the powers and independence of government bodies responsible for protecting the fundamental rights and freedoms of citizens. This means the bill does not prohibit the use of AI for national security purposes.
In the spring of 2023, it became known that EU authorities intend to oblige developers of generative artificial intelligence to disclose any copyrighted materials used to train algorithms.
Earlier, a group of European legislators announced plans to develop draft rules to control the development of AI systems.
Let us recall that in May, the head of OpenAI, Sam Altman, called for regulating the use and development of artificial intelligence.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong, on the contrary, spoke out against this approach and advocated decentralization of the industry.
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