- The European Data Protection Board launched a dedicated task force on ChatGPT. The EDPB said the goal of the task force is to "foster cooperation and to exchange information on possible enforcement actions conducted by data protection authorities."
- Stanford University's DigiChina Project published measures on managing generative artificial intelligence services. The measures state content generated through the use of generative AI must respect individuals' "reputation rights and personal privacy" and "it is prohibited to illegally obtain, divulge or use personal information and private (information), as well as commercial secrets."
- Politico reports OpenAI has until 30 April to comply with privacy requirements following a ban of its ChatGPT tool by Italy's data protection authority, the Garante. The DPA ordered OpenAI to verify users' age before they use ChatGPT and to detail the app's personal data processing measures.
- U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is leading a congressional effort to draft AI regulation, Axios reports. Potential AI requirements include data source disclosure and identification of who trained the algorithm and its intended audience.
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