The generative AI was supposed to launch in the EU this week, but IDPC Deputy Commissioner Graham Doyle says his agency hasn’t received a “detailed” privacy briefing, a data impact assessment or supporting info.
The Commission is still in the midst of an “ongoing examination” of Bard, according to Doyle.
This includes talking to privacy regulars to “address their questions and hear feedback,” the representative says.
Google began widening access to Bard in March, when it let wouldbe users sign up for a waiting list.
The Irish Data Protection Commission (IDPC), the main overseer of data in the European Union, has forced Google to delay the rollout of its Bard chatbot in the region.
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