Technology champion Constantine denounces the Dutch regulatory push around AI

Technology champion Constantine denounces the Dutch regulatory push around AI

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Prince Constantine denounces the Council of Ministers’ desire for regulation in the field of artificial intelligence. The foreman at, a backed organization for tech startups, looks at the US and England, among others, and sees much potential within the sector there. As a result, they are already making progress in the field of artificial intelligence, says the special envoy at The Next Web technology conference.

“For example, our Foreign Minister Alexandra van Hoeffelen (digitalization) was only negative about AI,” says Konstantin. “You can regulate the technology here, but then it will extend to the Netherlands and then you will have absolutely no control. With this policy, we also find it strange that the United States owns all the major platforms,” says the prince with a sense of irony. “We’re just talking about the risk side of AI here.”

Constantin didn’t comment further on European legislation announced Wednesday to regulate ChatGPT and other forms of artificial intelligence. In a response on Wednesday, Van Hoeffelen said he was “proud” that the European Parliament is the first in the world to adopt rules to regulate artificial intelligence, for example in the area of ​​privacy.

The United States and the United Kingdom may be technologically advanced, but Konstantin sees some countries in the European Union also being successful, such as Estonia and Sweden. According to him, the Netherlands is not doing badly, but startups here are developing very sporadically into larger companies.

Constantine sees a prime minister in the United Kingdom, for example, participating in discussions about technology. “This is really important. This is the world in which citizens and businesses live. Our government is still very little there. It’s not easy either, just look at the profile of our politicians. Very few of them have real knowledge of artificial intelligence. Technology is already becoming a part of expelled from England.

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