G7 should adopt ‘risk-based’ AI regulation, ministers say

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TAKASAKI (Reuters) – Group of Seven advanced nations should adopt “risk-based” regulation on artificial intelligence, their digital ministers agreed on Sunday, as European lawmakers hurry to introduce an AI Act to enforce rules on emerging tools such as ChatGPT. But such regulation should also “preserve an open and enabling environment” for the development of AI technologies and be based on democratic values, G7 ministers said in a joint statement issued at the end of a two-day meeting in Japan. While the ministers recognised that “policy instruments to achieve the common vision and goal of tr…

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