Germany, France and Italy have reached an agreement on how artificial intelligence should be regulated in the future, Reuters reported. As emphasized, the rules of conduct and transparency should be binding on everyone. The German Ministry of Economics believes that regulation and state control should not regulate artificial intelligence itself, but its application.
Reuters reported that GermanyFrance and Italy within the framework of regulation, they advocate voluntary commitments for both large and small suppliers in the field of artificial intelligence in the European Union.
Code of conduct for all suppliers
European parliament presented the Artificial Intelligence Act in June. Its aim is to prevent security risks related to the use of artificial intelligence, but without slowing down the innovation of new technology in Europe. The European Parliament proposed that the code of conduct would initially be binding only on the largest AI providers, which are mainly from the US.
European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union warned against the apparent nature of this solution. It was emphasized that the rules of conduct and transparency should be binding on everyone.
As noted by Reuters, it was stated that initially no sanctions should be imposed on suppliers.
The German Ministry of Economic Affairs, together with the Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, believe that regulation and state control should not regulate artificial intelligence itself, but rather its application.
Digital Summit in Jena
The German government is hosting the digital summit in Jena. Representatives of politics, business and science will take part in it on Monday and Tuesday. In turn, issues related to artificial intelligence will be on the agenda during Wednesday’s talks between the governments of Germany and Italy in Berlin.
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