May 292023
 May 29, 2023  Posted by  Artificial Intelligence, Laws, Non-U.S.

Michael Edgar reports:

In the aftermath of Rishi Sunak’s sit down with leaders from Open-AI, DeepMind, and Google, Britain announces new measures to crack down on unauthorised gathering of personal data from Artificial Intelligence (AI) companies.

Companies utilising generative AI technology have been informed by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) that they remain bound by data protection laws in the UK.

Consequently, they are required to obtain consent or provide evidence of a legitimate interest when collecting personal information.

Read more at Digit News.

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