Data protection authorities (DPAs) from the G7 countries have gathered in Japan to discuss the data protection challenges of generative artificial intelligence (AI) models like ChatGPT. The DPAs are concerned about the risks and potential harms to privacy, data protection, and other fundamental human rights. The emerging technology has brought great excitement but also massive anxiety over its possible misuse.
According to a draft statement seen by EURACTIV reads, “We recognise that there are growing concerns that generative AI may present risks and potential harms to privacy, data protection, and other fundamental human rights if not properly developed and regulated."
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