The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) has published details about an article examining how data protection authorities (DPAs) have increasingly become the de facto regulators for generative AI.
The article first published in the Istanbul Bar Association IT Law Commission's AI Working Group Bulletin comments that with the rapid growth of generative AI services like ChatGPT, it's no surprise that DPAs have been the first regulators to take action—having raised concerns about the lack of justification for processing personal data used to train the AI models, lack of transparency, and insufficient data security measures. The report includes a list of known open DPA investigations, their timeline, and key concerns.
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