The Chilean parliament has begun to discuss a Bill aimed at incorporating legal and ethical issues into the creation, distribution, commercialization, and use of artificial intelligence (AI). It also attempts to ensure a balance that guarantees the protection of citizens’ fundamental rights without unduly hindering or preventing development of and access to

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Over the course of 13 and 14 June, European members of Parliament have sought to finalise their position on the latest version of the EU AI Act, Europe’s approach to the future regulation of AI in the market. Should a parliamentary position be settled, despite uncertainty caused by several

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On 1 June, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) issued their response (“Response”) to the UK Government’s (“Government”) AI White Paper (“Paper”) consultation, detailing their considerations on the proposed framework the UK seeks to implement in the regulation of artificial intelligence

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An ‘AI’ on the future

The Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) of the National Science and Technology Council have recently released their latest update to the US Government’s National AI Research and Development (“R&D”) Strategic Plan (the “Plan”). Updated to account for the

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Now you’re talking…

If you’ve used one of the recent high-profile AI chatbots, then you’ve no doubt been wowed by their capability. If you haven’t used one, then you’re in an increasingly small population, as these large language models have attracted enormous publicity.

A lot of the publicity has focussed

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According to latest news following months of discussions, members of the European Parliament have reached a provisional political deal on AI Act legislation some days ago. Both a final vote of the European Parliament and related official documentation is not publicly available at this stage. However, the legislative process now

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In March, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) released a report, “Cybersecurity of AI and Standardisation,” which details the landscape of existing, planned, and considered standards pertaining to the cybersecurity of artificial intelligence (AI). The report identifies several gaps in existing approaches to protection of digital infrastructure

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On 4 May 2023, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) announced the launch of an initial review of competition and consumer protection principles that are designed to guide the ongoing development and use of artificial intelligence (“AI”) foundation models.

These models are a type of

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