Ever wondered about the challenges of regulating AI and predicting its impact on humanity? It’s a tough nut to crack, and some have chosen not to even try.
Germany’s Economy Ministry, which is in charge of the topic together with the Ministry of Digital Affairs, said laws and state control should not regulate AI itself, but rather its application.
Digital Affairs Minister Volker Wissing told Reuters he was very pleased an agreement had been reached with France and Germany to only limit the use of AI.
“We need to regulate the applications and not the technology if we want to play in the top AI league worldwide,” Wissing said.
France, Germany & Italy believe the new AI rules should be binding for everyone
Initially, no sanctions should be imposed, according to the joint paper.
However, if violations of the code of conduct are identified after a certain period of time, a system of sanctions could be set up.
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