RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday, September 29, passed a bill establishing principles and guidelines for the development and use of artificial intelligence (the ability of a machine or system to learn commands on its own and use them).
Using this kind of technology to violate the protection of free competition or to engage in abusive market practices will be forbidden.
The text will now be debated by the Senate.
Deputy Eduardo Bismarck's bill determines that the government issue regulations with guidelines to monitor the risk management of artificial intelligence systems and establish the . . .