EU parliament approves rules to govern Artificial Intelligence


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The worlds first comprehensive framework for limiting the hazards associated with artificial intelligence (AI) has been accepted by the European Parliament.

The industry has experienced rapid expansion, which has generated enormous riches but also stoked concerns about prejudice, privacy, and even the future of humanity.

The AI Act operates by assigning a risk rating to products and modifying the level of scrutiny correspondingly.

Since OpenAI's Microsoft-backed ChatGPT entered the market in late 2022 and sparked a worldwide AI arms race, Brussels has rushed to enact the new legislation.

Generative AI saw a surge in interest when ChatGPT amazed everyone with its human-like talents, which included understanding complicated material, composing poetry in a matter of seconds, and passing medical exams.

Other generative AI models that generate visuals are DALL-E and Midjourney; other models generate sounds from a basic input in everyday language.

In the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, 523 MEPs voted in favor of the expansive regulation, while 46 voted against it.

Before the bill is published in the EU Official Journal in May, the 27 member states of the EU are anticipated to approve the draft in April or June.
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