- Rhineland-Palatinate Commissioner for Data Protection and the Freedom of Information Dieter Kugelmann said German data protection authorities are mulling artificial intelligence regulation and a ban on ChatGPT, Tagesspiegel reports. "If personal data is used, also as training data for the AI, then a legal basis is required," Kugelmann said.
- Reuters reports Ireland Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon wants thoughtful analysis and consideration before regulating AI technologies. Dixon said being reactionary or moving too swiftly on regulation may result in laws or bans that "really aren't going to stand up."
- Politico reports on the global scramble to regulate artificial intelligence, highlighting available frameworks already available while countries simultaneously work toward their own regulatory solutions. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Head of Digital Economy Policy Division Audrey Plonk said, "If we don't move in the same direction on something as important as this, we're all going to suffer."
- In a post for Lawfare, University of Colorado Law School associate professor Margot Kaminski wrote regarding the movement toward "risk regulation" currently tied to AI and the "policy baggage" that comes with it.
Editor's note: Hogan Lovells' Eduardo Ustaran, CIPP/E, offered his take on the future of AI regulation.
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