The EU AI Act's transparency requirements raise copyright concerns

13/06/2024 | Reuters

An article published by Reuters highlights how the European Union's new Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) will require companies to be transparent about the data used to train their AI systems, raising concerns about data sources and potential copyright violations. Organisations deploying general-purpose AI models like ChatGPT will be required to provide detailed summaries of the content used to train them. The AI Office plans to release a template for compliance in early 2025 after consulting with stakeholders.

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Artificial Intelligence Regulation, AI, Chatbots

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