With an increasingly strong presence of AI in Europe, lawmakers are preparing rules to apply to companies like OpenAI. The latter is responsible for the solution that has shown the most interest, but has already established its rules. You will leave the European Union if you cannot comply with the rules.
OpenAI threatens to leave Europe
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman revealed that the company that launched ChatGPT may be considering leaving Europe. This decision will be put into practice if the company is unable to comply with the next artificial intelligence regulations that the European Union is preparing.
Sam Altman said he had “many concerns” about the EU’s AI Act, which is being finalized by lawmakers. The terms of that law have been extended in recent months to include new obligations for creators of so-called “foundation models”. These are the large-scale AI systems that power services like ChatGPT and OpenAI’s DALL-E.
Additionally, and as part of the unveiled AI Leia draft, companies that build generative AI tools such as ChatGPT will also be required to disclose any copyrighted material used to develop their systems.
EU AI law will be the reason
There is still a need to provide details about the project, including the required computing power. They should also inform about the training time and other relevant information related to the size and power of the model. This information is one of OpenAI’s strengths and what could lead to it leaving Europe.
By providing this information, if made public, you can help your competition. In the past, this data was accessible, but with the interest of its solution, OpenAI ended up limiting access and thus protecting itself when it started to have an associated commercial aspect.
It is not yet known how the company, and its CEO, will react in the near future in Europe. It will depend on how AI Leia is defined by the European Union and how this impacts OpenAI AND its increasingly financially interesting business model.
Source: Pplware by pplware.sapo.pt.
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