The director of OpenAI says in a new statement that he will not withdraw from Europe after all

The director of OpenAI says in a new statement that he will not withdraw from Europe after all

OpenAI has no plans to leave Europe, CEO Sam Altman said today, after Wednesday threatened that OpenAI might be forced out of the region if it becomes too difficult to comply with the upcoming European law on artificial intelligence.

“We are excited to continue working here and of course we have no plans to leave,” wrote Altman on Twitter.

Speaking at an event held at University College London earlier this week, Altman said the upcoming EU AI regulations could force ChatGPT’s creators to leave Europe due to their inability to comply with the strict rules.

EU parliamentarians are currently working on regulations that will regulate the management of this technology so that it complies with the provisions of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

“The current draft EU law on artificial intelligence would over-regulate this area, but we have heard that it will be withdrawn,” Altman told Reuters.

However, Altman said even then that they will try to comply with the new rules before making a decision to withdraw from the EU market.

Earlier this month, EU representatives in the Parliament, Council and Commission reached a consensus on what should be included in the draft law. MPs are expected to present the final details of the law in the upcoming debate.

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