Brazil passed a law written by ChatGPT


On November 23, a law written by ChatGPT came into force in Brazil. SCMP writes about this .

The law was approved by all 36 members of the city council of Porto Alegre (Brazil), who were unaware that it was generated by artificial intelligence (AI). In addition, it was reviewed by several council committees, which made only minor changes to the wording.

The law came into force on November 23. Six days later, Porto Alegre city councilor Ramiro Rosario, who proposed it, shared that the bill was written by the OpenAI chatbot. The request itself was generated in 15 seconds and consisted of 250 characters.

The essence of the proposed AI law is a 30-day deadline for replacing stolen water meters and a provision to cancel water bills if the deadline is not met.

After it became known that the law was written by AI, many were skeptical about it. However, after a while they realized that this would “become a trend.”

“By announcing that the artificial intelligence wrote the text only after its approval in the plenary session and the approval of the mayor, I ensured that the process moved forward without any external interference,” said Ramiro Rosario.

Earlier, the editors of IT Speaker wrote that the law company Supergal conducted an experiment in which it showed that AI copes with the responsibilities of a lawyer better than a human. For example, it took typical lawyers about 92 minutes to review several non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). At the same time, the AI ​​completed the task in just 26 seconds. At the same time, the quality of work performed by AI turned out to be much more accurate: 94% versus 85% of “live” lawyers. It is worth noting that the company that conducted the experiment is developing a legal services service based on AI technology and may be biased in its assessment.

There is a similar development in Russia: in September 2020, the legal department of Sberbank patented the “Robot Lawyer” - the country’s first system for checking the legal capacity of legal entities based on artificial intelligence.

Artificial intelligence technologies have been developing for decades, but only in the last few years have neural networks "smartened up" to a level that allows them to be used as assistants or even to replace human labor.

The winners of the Project of the Year 2023 competition are IT leaders from India, Malaysia, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Iraq and Brazil. 

The beginning of the year was marked by a flurry of activity by various legislators to deal with artificial intelligence. The New York Times filed a lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft, and the UAE created an AI council to accelerate the adoption of AI systems in critical sectors of the economy.

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