The European Parliament is expected to put forward more rigid regulations for generative artificial intelligence (AI) foundation models, such as ChatGPT, and differentiate them from general-purpose AI based on the latest compromise text obtained by EURACTIV. Despite the EU Artificial Intelligence Act's aims to regulate AI based on its potential to cause harm, the initial proposal did not cover AI solutions that can handle a wide range of tasks. The disruption in the debate has caused a delay in the legislative process. Last week a political meeting intended to certify an agreement was instead turned into a technical discussion. It means a key committee vote initially scheduled for 26 April has been postponed.
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