Aug 02, 2022
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hackers invading the government and agencies, and even stealing personal data. How to protect citizens from using digital technology with peace of mind and protect property security will be an important direction in the future. With the popularity of AI, the privacy and information security issues of the huge amount of data have become thorny challenges. Judging from the current status of international AI security phone database development, the European Union will propose a draft Artificial Intelligence Act in 2021 to encourage the development and application of trustworthy and ethical AI. Microsoft has also banned the provision of AI inferring emotion technology this year (2022), and formulated the "Responsible AI Standard Second Edition", and Google has stopped AI robots being self-aware and able to communicate with humans and other controversial incidents. These practices also reflect the United States. While Europe is enacting the legislation, industry players are also trying to curb sensitive AI technologies on their own. AI security is both a challenge and an opportunity. In the future, the Taiwanese government and enterprises must also pay close attention to the legislative developments of the relevant drafts in the United States and Europe, find out the common points of AI norms, and define the requirements for the use of AI products and services; therefore, AI information security must not only be defended through technology, but also Governance and regulations are needed to mitigate the impact of AI.