China's AI regulation is not as strict as we may think. China does want to maintain state control more than in the EU or the US, but not at the expanse of developing a technology they want to dominate in the world by 2030. In this article, I explore this conundrum and explain how AI regulation in China could be a model for other countries.
The AI regulation dilemma is the same for all jurisdictions, but the solutions are not. China, the EU and the U.S. all launched legal initiatives to harness the power of AI and mitigate its issues. Meanwhile, AI ethics principles have already flourished all around the world. In all of those legal and ethical texts, there are convergence and divergence.
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