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Daily Dashboard | Japan's PIPC warns ChatGPT about data collection, and other AI updates  Related reading: A view from DC: White House preps a 'bridge' to AI regulation

  • Japan's Personal Information Protection Commission warned OpenAI it may take action over concerns about the company's collection of sensitive data for machine learning, Reuters reports. The PIPC said OpenAI should minimize the data it collects and do so with permission. 
  • In a blog post, European Data Protection Supervisor Director Leonardo Cervera Navas said understanding how artificial intelligence works "is essential." It's a topic, he said, was explored during the EDPS Internet Privacy Engineering Network event 31 May.  
  • In a letter to European leaders, the European Consumer Organisation raised concerns related to a voluntary AI code of conduct and an "AI Pact" for Europe. The BEUC called the voluntary initiatives "highly problematic" as the EU moves toward finalizing the AI Act. 

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