G7 countries want to introduce laws to regulate artificial intelligence

08:21 01 May Kyiv, Ukraine

The G7 member countries are discussing the adoption of legislation regulating the use of technologies related to artificial intelligence.

On April 30, reports Reuters.
The G-7 of developed countries should adopt 'risk-based' AI regulation, their digital ministers agreed, as European lawmakers rush to pass AI law to enforce rules on new tools like ChatGPT.. in the message.
It is expected that regulation should simultaneously maintain an open and favorable environment for the development of artificial intelligence technologies, as well as be based on democratic values.
"We plan to organize future G7 discussions on generative artificial intelligence, which may include topics such as governance, protection of intellectual property rights, including copyright, promoting transparency, combating disinformation", including the manipulation of information by foreign forces" the ministers said .
Japanese Digital Technology Minister Taro Kono noted that in addition to intellectual property issues, the G7 countries have recognized security risks, as artificial intelligence can produce fake news and disruptive decisions for society if the data it is based on is false.