France, Germany and Italy have agreed on approaches to the regulation of artificial intelligence (AI), which would speed up negotiations at the level of the European Union. TASR informs about this on the basis of the agency agency Reuters.
In June, the European Parliament (EP) submitted a draft of the “Artificial Intelligence Act”, whose aim is to limit risks in its application while also leveraging its innovative potential. During the discussions, the parliament suggested that the code of governance should be limited to the main providers of UI, mainly from the USA.
The governments of three member states, according to a joint document accessed by Reuters on Saturday (18 November), concluded that this apparent competitive advantage could actually damage trust in European providers and reduce the number of customers. Pravidlá správania a transparency by preto podla nich mali bóch závázné pre oveční aktérov. Initially, according to the document, no sanctions should be imposed. If, however, after a certain period of time a violation of the administrative code was detected, the sanctioning system could be introduced. In the future by dodržinjanie noriem monitored by the body at the level of the EU.
The German Ministry of Economy is of the opinion that laws and state control should not regulate artificial intelligence alone, but its use. Digital Affairs Minister Volker Wissing told Reuters that even if the EU wants to play in the UI “top league”, it must regulate applications, not technology.
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