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Japanese government sets basic policies for AI regulation; Plans to require disclosure of safety information

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A strategic AI council meeting held in December

The government will consider legally requiring major artificial intelligence developers to disclose certain information, according to a draft of its basic policy on AI regulation.

The government will also consider monitoring AI from a security perspective “in line with future technological developments and international discussions,” the draft said.

The draft points out that it will be “critical to come up with a way to clarify the fairness and necessity of AI regulation. It adds that the government “will consider what type of regulation will be needed to control AI systems that could be linked to crimes and human rights abuses.”

The draft also stipulates that the government should discuss whether to create a framework that requires major AI operators, who have significant influence over the public, to make certain adjustments to their systems and release certain information.

The policy appears intended to require developers to share safety information with the government.

The draft is expected to be presented to the AI ​​Strategic Council, a panel of experts meeting on Wednesday.



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