Exclusive: Germany, France and Italy reach agreement on future AI regulation

France, Germany and Italy have reached an agreement on how artificial intelligence should be regulated, according to a joint paper seen by Reuters, which is expected to accelerate negotiations at the European level.

“Together we underline that the AI Act regulates the application of AI and not the technology as such…The inherent risks lie in the application of AI systems rather than in the technology itself.”

The three governments support “mandatory self-regulation through codes of conduct” for so-called foundation models of AI, which are designed to produce a broad range of outputs. But they oppose “un-tested norms.”

The European Commission, the European Parliament and the EU Council are negotiating how the bloc should position itself on this topic.

Source: Reuters



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