Exclusive – Behind EU lawmakers’ challenge to rein in ChatGPT and generative AI

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By Martin Coulter and Supantha Mukherjee LONDON/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – As recently as February, generative AI did not feature prominently in EU lawmakers’ plans for regulating generative artificial intelligence (AI) technologies such as ChatGPT. The bloc’s 108-page proposal for the AI Act, published two years earlier, included only one mention of the word “chatbot.” References to AI-generated content largely referred to deepfakes: images or audio designed to impersonate human beings. By mid-April, however, members of European Parliament (MEPs) were racing to update those rules to catch up with …

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