France visits international A.I. principles ideas by this year-end and wants to perform with the U.S. on tech laws

June 19, 2023: France’s top politicians said that they see the beginnings of global regulation on artificial intelligence coming by the end of this year, with French President Emmanuel Macron speaking the country wants to work with the U.S. on rules around the fast-growing technology.

The comments come as interest in A.I., sparked by the rapid growth of chatbot ChatGPT, continues to rise, and governments worldwide debate how the technology should be regulated.

But there has yet to be an international consensus on how A.I. should be managed and controlled, with the U.S., China, and the European Union taking different approaches to rules around the tech. Any global regulatory framework would be a considerable feat.

France has looked to position itself as the European hub for A.I. development even as the European Union, of which France is a member, pushes forward with first-of-its-kind regulation.

Macron, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, and Digital Minister Jean-Noel Barrot spoke at the VivaTech conference in Paris, representing a desire for global regulation of A.I.

“From my point of view, I think we need regulation, and all the players, even the U.S. players, agree. We need global regulation,” Macron told so on the sidelines of the event.

Barrot said that by the end of the year, “some of the core principles that we would want for the regulation of A.I. in G7 countries and like-minded countries will start to emerge.”

The G7 includes France, Germany, the U.S., and the U.K. The countries agreed this year to set up a working group to look at issues that may arise from A.I.

Macron said the G7 and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which includes 38 nations, would be a “good platform” to create global regulation.

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France visits international A.I. principles ideas by this year-end and wants to perform with the U.S. on tech laws