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European Union officials have achieved a tentative consensus on the world’s first comprehensive laws governing the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Following extensive 36-hour negotiations, the parties have agreed upon rules surrounding AI systems, including those like ChatGPT and facial recognition technologies.

The European Parliament is slated to vote on these proposed AI regulations early next year. However, the laws are not expected to be fully implemented until at least 2025. In response, major global players like the USA, the UK, and China are also expediting the process of issuing their own guidelines on AI.

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The EU’s propositions encompass safeguards for the use of AI within the Union and stipulations limiting its adoption by law enforcement agencies. Consumers would be granted the right to lodge complaints, and substantial fines could be imposed for infringements.

EU Commissioner Thierry Breton described the plans as “historic,” stating that they establish clear guidelines for the use of AI. “This is more than just a set of rules – it’s a launch pad for new businesses and scientists in the EU to lead the global race in AI,” Breton remarked.

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