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China says chatbots must toe the party line

By Chang Che

27 Apr 2023 · 5 min read

Faced with a growing number of homegrown chatbots, China's government has unveiled its red lines for AI. As the NYT reports, they showcase China’s “move fast and break things” approach to regulation.

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Five months after ChatGPT set off an investment frenzy over artificial intelligence, Beijing is moving to rein in China’s chatbots, a show of the government’s resolve to keep tight regulatory control over technology that could define an era.

The Cyberspace Administration of China this month unveiled draft rules for so-called generative AI — the software systems, like the one behind ChatGPT, that can formulate text and pictures in response to a user’s questions and prompts.

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