China announced that it will regulate Artificial Intelligence products

China revealed on Tuesday that it will hold a “safety assessment” of artificial intelligence (AI) tools, amid attempts by Chinese Internet giants to design instruments similar to the American ChatGPT robot.

The country, in full competition, including technology, with the United States, is very attentive to the development of the ChatGPT conversational robot, launched in November and able to formulate detailed answers in seconds to all kinds of questions.

The system is not available in China, but ChatGPT is the subject of countless articles and discussions on social media, while Chinese tech giants compete to design equivalent tools.

Baiduknown for its search engine, was one of the first Chinese groups to rank on AI followed by Tencent (Internet and video games) and Alibaba (e-commerce).

A draft regulation

The Cyberspace Administration of China published a draft regulation to regulate the so-called generative artificial intelligence, booming. Before being put on sale, products that use this technology will have to “submit to a security inspection”according to the project, reported the AFP news agency.

The regulatory body, which submits its text for public comment before approving it, does not specify when the regulations will take effect. AI-generated content must “reflect fundamental socialist values ​​and not include content related to the subversion of state power”says the draft regulation.

Its objective is to guarantee “the healthy development and the standard applicationof generative artificial intelligence technology”according to the organization.

China aspires to become theworld leader in artificial intelligence in 2030which means revolutionizing many sectors, such as the automotive industry and medicine.

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Baidu was the first company in its country to announce that it was working on a Chinese equivalent of ChatGPT. your calling Ernie Bot, presented to the press last month, works in Mandarin, is aimed exclusively at the Chinese market and is currently only available in beta. In parallel, the online commerce giant Alibaba introduced its own robot, named Tongyi Qianwen.

The Asian giant, at the forefront of regulating new technologies, already asked the Internet giants last year to reveal their algorithms, the brain of many applications and services on the Internet and that they they are usually a well kept secret.

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