The European Commission and Google CEO Sudar Pichai have committed promote a voluntary treaty To regulate artificial intelligence (AI) between all developers of this technology, whether from the EU or outside the EU.
Pichai met in Brussels with European Commission Vice-President for the Digital Age, Margrethe Vestager, and Thierry Breton, European Commissioner for the Internal Market, with whom he discussed the matter. ,We need an Artificial Intelligence law ASAP, But artificial intelligence develops very fast. Therefore, we now need a voluntary agreement on universal rules for artificial intelligence,” Vestager said on his official Twitter account.
Breton has also pointed out “We can’t wait for artificial intelligence regulations” The talks being held in Brussels “begin to come into force”.
European institutions currently negotiating A law to regulate Artificial Intelligence, The first of its kind in the world, and if negotiations are concluded this year, it will not be implemented until 2026.
Commitment between Brussels and the technology company promote a voluntary agreement It comes in the midst of a debate on the need to rethink the use of this technology to avoid potential risks in regulating artificial intelligence.
Breton and Pichai also discussed two laws that the European Union has recently approved to regulate big tech, Digital Services Law and Digital Market Law.
The first forces them to transparently explain how they design the algorithms that determine the content users see on the Internet, and the second requires companies to meet a series of requirements to mitigate problems. forces you to Free competition was faced by the sector.
In this sense, Breton thanks the “commitment” that Pichai has shown. “Intensify” the fight against disinformation In view of the elections to be held in the countries of the European Union.
The Google CEO is also scheduled to meet Vera Jourova, Vice President of Value and Transparency, and Margaritis Sinas, Vice President of European Lifestyle.