EU countries give crucial nod to first-of-a-kind Artificial Intelligence law

The AI Act, a comprehensive rulebook for Artificial Intelligence, has been approved by the European Union. This law aims to regulate AI based on its potential to cause harm, and EU member states have the opportunity to influence the implementation of the law. Although most member states agreed to the AI Act, France, Germany, and Italy requested less stringent regulations for powerful AI models, such as Open AI’s GPT-4, which supports general-purpose AI systems. The European Parliament, on the other hand, urged strict regulations for these models, reaching a compromise through a tiered approach. The Internal Market and Civil Liberties Committees of the European Parliament will adopt the AI rulebook on 13 February, followed by a plenary vote.




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