A guest blog in the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) examines China's Draft Measures for the Management of Generative AI Services. The article analyses the provisions and implications of the Draft Measures, including how they apply to the scope, the development and deployment of generative AI systems, and how they address the potential for inaccurate output (hallucinations).
The Draft Measures seek to protect the public's collective interests within the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and address risks related to the manipulation of public opinion and societal events, including, among other things, data leaks and privacy breaches. They set high standards for data authenticity, impose safeguards for personal information, and mandate the disclosure of information that may impact users' trust.
The article highlights several potential developments and contextual points areas that observers and other industry stakeholders should be aware of.
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