Machine learning and artificial intelligence have emerged as powerful tools in several domains, bringing huge changes to software development. LLMs are now used by developers to help write code and are integrated into apps and services. Similarly, other machine learning models are commonly integrated into websites and apps, either being developed and trained from scratch using proprietary data, or leveraging third party machine learning tools.
In recent months, large language models (LLMs) have gained great popularity thanks to their ability to generate human-like text and code, and tools based on them are being implemented in more and more systems. However, with such impressive capabilities comes the potential for abuse and misuse: for instance, when Microsoft originally released Bing Chat, an AI-powered chatbot somewhat similar to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, it didn’t take long until users found ways to break it.
S1/E11: The European Union's Artificial Intelligence Act: Let the fight, I mean, the negotiations begin
Welcome to Part 3 of the European Union’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Act in this blog series!
In this episode I’ll give you hints about the official positions taken by the Council of the European Union (EU), or the EU Council, on one side, and by the European Parliament (EP), on the other side, with respect to the European Commission’s (EC) proposal for the AI Act.