ChatGPT might quit the EU rather than comply with regulations

The CEO of ChatGPT developer OpenAI says the firm may pull out of the Europe Union if current draft legislation is not toned down.

ChatGPT seems to have become instantly omnipresent in 2023, but it may not stick around in Europe. According to Reuters, CEO Sam Altman says the company does not plan to leave, but may need to.

“The current draft of the EU AI Act would be over-regulating, but we have heard it’s going to get pulled back,” Altman told Reuters. “They are still talking about it.”

An EU-wide AI legislation has been in development for years. In 2020, representatives…

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