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MEPs approve preliminary agreement on artificial intelligence regulation

Artificial Intelligence (AI): MEPs approve preliminary agreement on artificial intelligence regulation

On February 13, MEPs took an important step toward regulating artificial intelligence in the European Union.

The approval of the preliminary agreement on AI rules paves the way for the adoption of the world's first AI-focused law.

The rules set out in the agreement aim to strike a balance between fostering innovation and protecting fundamental rights, democracy, the rule of law and environmental sustainability. By setting obligations for the AI sector based on potential risks and levels of impact, the #EU aims to ensure responsible and ethical AI practices.

A key aspect of the regulation is the prohibition of AI applications that pose a threat to citizens' rights. These include the use of biometric identification systems, the misuse of photos of individuals from the internet and the misuse of CCTV footage. By addressing these issues, the EU aims to protect people's privacy and prevent potential misuse of AI technology.

The agreement also imposes obligations on high-risk AI systems that could significantly impact #health, #cybersecurity and #ecology. It ensures that AI technologies used in critical areas will be subject to close scrutiny and oversight. EU citizens will have the right to complain about AI systems and seek clarification on decisions made by such systems.

Transparency and accountability are also emphasized in the regulation. General-purpose AI systems must comply with transparency requirements and EU copyright laws. This ensures that AI technologies are developed and deployed in a transparent, accountable and IPR-compliant manner.

The regulation recognizes the potential of generative AI and basic models trained on large data sets. It recognizes the need to monitor and regulate these technologies to prevent misuse or unintended consequences. Notably, the regulation mentions #ChatGPT from #OpenAI as an example of such a system.

While the approval of the European Parliament is an important moment, the process is not yet complete. The text of the agreement awaits formal adoption in the upcoming plenary session of the Parliament and final approval by the Council in spring 2024. If passed, the law will enter into force 24 months after enactment.

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