OpenAI will discontinue its services in Europe if it turns out that it cannot comply with local legislation. For example, ChatGPT would become unreachable from European IP addresses.
That gods CEO Sam Altman earlier this week at a meeting in London. He also qualified his statement by indicating that he will try to comply with EU legislation. If that proves impossible, its APIs will go black.
The European Union is working on a law that sets legal limits for artificial intelligence. For example, the new rules would give citizens the right to complain about AI implementations. The invisible workings of a machine must be made transparent and verifiable if its decisions have a real impact on someone’s life.
But AI makers will also have to indicate whether and which copyrighted material has been used to train their models.
The AI law is not finished yet. It will be discussed in the European Parliament in June. This can lead to restrictions, extensions and adjustments.
This legal ambiguity may be the reason why Google did not make its new AI service Bard available in Europe. Bard is live in almost two hundred other countries.
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai visited European Commissioner Thierry Breton on Wednesday to discuss the regulation of AI. Pichai promised, in anticipation of the new European law, to soon formulate a joint position with other relevant players from his environment and to give it to Breton for consideration in the Commission.
An “AI Pact” ahead of the EU AI Act.
Agreed with Google CEO @SundarPichai to work together with all major European and non-European #AI actors to already develop an “AI Pact” on a voluntary basis ahead of the legal deadline of the AI regulation. pic.twitter.com/fNTpMPlc49
— Thierry Breton (@ThierryBreton) May 24, 2023
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