It seems that OpenAI is not entirely convinced of wanting or being able to comply with the proposed regulations in Europe for artificial intelligence applications, Well, according to what we read in TechPowerUpSam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, has been in meetings with European regulators in order to negotiate and understand the new regulations that the European Union wants to approve.
However, OpenAI’s position is quite clear, and that is that Altman has indicated to regulators that they will try to comply with the new rulesas well as agreeing that some regulation is required in the artificial intelligence space. However, you would like a middle ground between the American regulations and the European regulations.
One of its main problems is also one of nomenclature, and that is that Altman has not liked the labeling of large AI models as high-risk operations –although they are currently showing signs of being so-, finally declaring that “the requirements may or may not be met, so if they can comply, they will, but if not, they will have to stop operating in Europe”.
To be sure, while this is partly to blame for not having proper regulations at the time, it was clear that some artificial intelligences work without any objection by possible rules that fell within common sense.
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