on November 20th
News says Germany, France, and Italy have reached an agreement on future artificial intelligence regulation
A joint document shows that France, Germany, and Italy have reached an agreement on how to regulate artificial intelligence, which is expected to accelerate negotiations at the European level.
The governments of the three countries support mandatory self-regulation of basic models of artificial intelligence through behavioral norms, but they oppose "untested norms".
It is reported that the European Commission, the European Parliament, and the European Council are currently negotiating on how the EU should position itself on this issue. The joint document states that, We jointly emphasize that the Artificial Intelligence Act regulates the application of artificial intelligence, not the technology itself. Developers of basic models must define model cards to provide information about machine learning models. Model cards should include relevant information about model functionality, capabilities, and limitations, and will be based on best practices in the developer community. Artificial intelligence governance institutions can help develop guidelines and can examine models The application of type cards
The German Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Digital Affairs stated that "national and legal controls should not regulate artificial intelligence itself, but rather its applications