Rules for Generative Artificial Intelligence

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The Cyberspace Administration of China published new rules for generative artificial intelligence, becoming one of the first countries in the world to regulate the technology that powers popular services such as ChatGPT. Among the key provisions is a requirement for generative AI service providers to conduct security reviews and register their algorithms with the government. The final rules relax some punitive provisions included in a previously released draft. They take effect on August 15, 2023.   

The Shanghai municipal government released a plan to upgrade a local cell phone app that was used in Covid-19 monitoring into an omnibus app that closely tracks individuals and companies. The plan has triggered concerns about privacy and data safety.     

The Supreme People’s Court launched a three-month pilot program to implement an adjudication quality management index system, which revises an index system released in 2011. Eleven high courts and intermediate courts are participating in the pilot program.