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The European Union just dropped a 144-page amendment to its AI Act that aims to tighten restrictions on American AI companies.



https://www.europarl.europa.eu/meetdocs/2014_2019/plmrep/COMMITTEES/CJ40/DV/2023/05-11/ConsolidatedCA_IMCOLIBE_AI_ACT_EN.pdf


The big update would ban anyone from making AI models accessible in Europe unless they pass through “licensing” (read: expensive red tape).

The amendment applies to everyone, whether closed-source or open-source.


The bill would also require all “high-risk” AI projects to disclose info like data sources, functionality, and red teaming.

While intended to counter potential AI harm, the bill has the AI community worried.


Martin Ruppe
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