Europe turns to existing laws for regulation

The ChatGPT logo is displayed on a smartphone screen. Photo: Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

European countries are turning to existing laws to regulate cutting-edge technology like ChatGPT in the absence of legislation that deals directly with artificial intelligence.

Why it matters: While OpenAI’s generative AI product ChatGPT has captured public attention in recent months and illustrated just how advanced artificial intelligence has become, legal and ethical concerns remain rife.

  • The European Union has been among the first to react to the concerns regarding AI,…

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