RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is beginning administrative steps to draft, outline and elaborate a legislative project to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) in the country. On Wednesday, the first commission of 18 jurists was held to study the issue and will have 120 days to submit a proposal to the Senate. This follows a trend that already has precedents in the region.
This initial approach will be based on texts already discussed, such as Bill 21/2020, already approved by the Chamber of Deputies, and Bills 5,051/2019 and 872/2021, according to the Brazilian Senate News Agency, while . . .