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Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) is “urgently” awaiting detailed answers on how Bard will comply with the General Data Protection Regulation.
Europe will still have to wait before being able to use Google Bard. While this reply to ChatGPT of OpenAI should have been accessible this week in the European Union, the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) has suspended this launch until further notice.
According to the Politico media, which revealed this information, Google did not provide sufficient information to its supervisory authority on everything related to the processing and security of data of European Internet users. “Google recently informed the DPC of its intention to launch Bard in Europe this week. But we have not received at this stage detailed information or documentation on the issue of data protection., the regulator told Politico. The DPC is now “urgently” awaiting detailed answers on how Bard will comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
ChatGPT had been suspended for a month in Italy
Unveiled in February, Bard uses technology similar to ChatGPT to respond concisely and comprehensively to complex user queries on the Google search engine. This conversational robot has been available in English to all Internet users since May 10, with the exception of certain major markets, including the European Union. In question, local regulations around digital. “We want to launch Bard responsibly. In this context, we have exchanged with privacy regulators to answer their questions and hear their comments.declares to Figaro a Google spokesperson.
Non-compliance with the GDPR had earned the American company OpenAI a one-month suspension of its ChatGPT robot in Italy. The local Cnil criticized in particular the lack of information intended for Internet users on how their questions help to perfect this artificial intelligence.