Senate Fee will analyze the AI invoice in 120 days

by Jeremy

Catching up with the wave of regulatory consideration to synthetic intelligence (AI), Brazil will get its work plan to debate, analyze and, if obligatory, amend the invoice on AI regulation. 

On Sept. 12, the native Senate’s Inner Short-term Fee on Synthetic Intelligence (CTIA) publicly voted for its personal work plan to research Senate Invoice No. 2338, regulating AI. Based on the work plan, the Fee will maintain a sequence of 15 classes with public hearings included, through the subsequent 90 days. In 120 days, it ought to provide you with a posh evaluation of the doc.

The invoice, aimed on the “safety of elementary rights and freedoms, valorization of labor and the dignity of the human individual and the technological innovation represented by synthetic intelligence”, was launched by Senator Rodrigo Pacheco in December 2022. Based on the textual content of the work plan, the invoice “is a posh proposal that requires cautious analytical effort, with a view to making sure the well-being of the Brazilian individuals, guaranteeing each financial and social development.”

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Through the vote’s dialogue, Senator Astronauta Marcos Pontes (PL-SP), vice-president of the Fee, shared his concern concerning the “precautionary precept”, included within the invoice. In his opinion, that precept may end in restrictions on applied sciences and Brazil’s drawback in AI improvement.

The subject of AI regulation stays on the middle of public consideration this yr. On Sept.13, the highest executives from a few of the world’s largest tech and net firms concluded a closed-door assembly with U.S. lawmakers in Washington D.C. to talk about the potential approaches to regulation.

The Sept.13 Senate “AI Perception Discussion board” was organized by Senate Majority Chief Chuck Schumer and attended by 22 tech titans, together with X (Twitter) proprietor Elon Musk, Google’s Sundar Pichai, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Sam Altman from OpenAI and Microsoft founder Invoice Gates.

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