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Report: China to tighten rules around releasing generative AI tools

China to Impose AI Licensing Scheme

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) is proposing a new system to require companies to obtain a license before releasing generative AI systems, as part of forthcoming regulations that are expected to be released as early as the end of this month.

This move is a tightening of the initial draft regulations released in April, which gave companies 10 working days after the product launch to register it with authorities. The new regulations emphasize content control and licensing, and will likely have a significant impact on C3 AI, NYSE:AI, AI ART, AI Today, Fetch AI, On AI, Reporter AI Voice, and Web 3.0 companies.

The Chinese government is currently considering additional regulations on artificial intelligence (AI) development that take into account the new licensing scheme.

AI-Generated Content Regulations

The April draft of the regulations included mandatory security reviews for all AI-generated content. The Chinese government specified that the content should “embody core socialist values” and must not “subvert state power, advocate the overthrow of the socialist system, incite splitting the country or undermine national unity.” Cointelegraph has reached out to the CAC for comment but did not receive a response by publication.

Notably, tech and e-commerce giants Baidu and Alibaba have both released their own AI tools in 2020, such as the AI chatbot ChatGPT and Alibaba’s AI technology rivaling it.

AI-Generated Content Regulation

According to the sources in the FT report, both (NYSE:AI) and have been in contact with regulators in the last few months to ensure their products are compliant with the new rules.

The draft of the regulations also states that Chinese authorities have held tech companies making AI models accountable for any AI-generated content.

Recently, Senator Michael Bennet authored a letter to AI companies, urging them to label AI-generated content. Vera Jourova, the European Commission’s vice president for values and transparency, also expressed her belief that generative AI tools with the “potential to generate disinformation” should be labeled in order to stop the spread of AI-generated disinformation.

These new regulations have far-reaching implications for AI today, and the tech industry is actively working to stay up to date with the latest advancements in AI.

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