Tsunami of regulations set to destroy generative AI

24/04/2024 | The Register

In a recent presentation, Santa Clara University law professor Eric Goldman said that generative AI will likely face overwhelming regulation. While this is not encouraging news for technology companies such as Amazon, Google, Meta, and Microsoft that have invested in machine-generated content, organisations exploring the use of chatbots and automated content creation will feel the impact of this regulation even more. In his presentation to Marquette University School of Law in Milwaukie, Wisconsin, Goldman warned, "Generative AI is Doomed."  and that each new bill threatens generative AI's innovation arc.

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