In this context, the reaction of the Court of Justice of the European Union ( tjue ), generally understood as the "return of the law", was mobile phone number list positive: the Court responded to Google's argument by staying within the limits of the legal question raised, but without losing sight of the broader implications of this question. In the end, Google's claims were rejected and thus the fundamental rights of European citizens were protected, building on Europe's long mobile phone number list tradition of privacy protection and data protection.
One can speculate whether mobile phone number list Google's argument of not wanting to take responsibility for the results of the search algorithm was used in anticipation of mobile phone number list denying all responsibility for the products of future autonomous artificial intelligence. In any case, the tjue 's response in this case was clear. Google's CEO is currently speaking out against blanket regulation of artificial intelligence.
He argues that such regulation would hamper innovation and that only sector-specific regulation of artificial intelligence can be conceived. What he forgets mobile phone number list is that the same argumentative pattern was presented against the EU General Data Protection Regulation. But in vain, and rightly so.