If artificial intelligence (AI) makes a wrong decision, who answers: the person who decided to use it or its developer?
The questioning sounds like something out of science fiction, but Brazil now has a bill (PL 2338/2023) with principles and rules for using and applying the technology.
Presented last week, the text resulted from a working group of jurists, specialists, and civil society representatives, which generated a draft bill at the request of the Senate in December 2022, which is now going through the legislative process.
If any doubt remains, the AI developer can be held responsible if it . . .
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