US, EU launch code of conduct to prevent AI risks

[룰레오(스웨덴)=AP/뉴시스]On the 31st (local time), EU Commission Vice President Margrethe Vestager shakes hands with US Secretary of State Tony Blincoln after the 4th Trade Technology Council (TTC) held in Luleå, Sweden. 2023.06.01.

[서울=뉴시스] Reporter Choi Hyeon-ho = The United States and the European Union (EU) plan to jointly prepare a voluntary AI code of conduct to prevent damage caused by artificial intelligence (AI).

According to foreign media such as the EU, Politico, and Reuters on the 31st (local time), the two sides announced this through a joint statement issued after the 4th Trade Technology Council (TTC) held in Luleå, Sweden.

“Productive AI is a complete game changer,” said Margrethe Vestager, Vice President and co-chair of the EU Commission, at a joint press conference. “Everyone knows AI is a powerful thing.

So in a few weeks we will have a draft of our AI Code of Conduct.”

The TTC also said in a statement that the two sides have created an expert group to discuss the necessary conditions for AI risk assessment, cooperation on AI standards, and AI risk monitoring.

The leaders of the seven major countries (G7) have previously called for international discussions on the development of reliable standard technologies related to AI, copyright, transparency and disinformation.

The TTC is an advisory body launched in 2021 with the aim of restoring trade relations between the United States and Europe.

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