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The EU's AI Act categorizes AI systems based on their risk level and places restrictions accordingly. This approach aims to mitigate any potential harm caused by AI systems.
The EU's AI Act places greater restrictions on systems based on whether they fall into the category of general purpose and generative AI or are considered to pose limited risk, high risk or an unacceptable risk.
Open responsible AI licenses, known as OpenRails, are similar to open-source software licenses, but with added conditions for responsible use of AI. Developers can release their AI systems under OpenRails, allowing others to use, adapt, and re-share, but with the conditions of responsible use.
Open responsible AI licenses (OpenRails) might be part of this answer. AI that is licensed with OpenRail is similar to open-source software. A developer may release their system publicly under the licence. This means that anyone is free to use, adapt and re-share what was originally licensed.