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Japan to hold companies accountable for AI decisions

Legal guidelines aim for increased transparency on how the technology is used

Japan will encourage Group of 20 members to adopt its guidelines encouraging transparency around companies' use of AI.
Japan will encourage Group of 20 members to adopt its guidelines encouraging transparency around companies' use of AI.

TOKYO -- Japan will make companies responsible for explaining decisions made by artificial intelligence software they use, according to a government draft of legal guidelines shared with Nikkei.

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