EU AI Act: Germany, France and Italy reach agreement on the future of AI regulation in Europe

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France, Germany, and Italy have reached an agreement on how artificial intelligence (AI) should be regulated, according to a joint paper seen by Reuters, which is expected to accelerate negotiations at the European level. The three governments support commitments that are voluntary, but binding on small and large AI providers in the European Union that sign up to them. The European Commission, the European Parliament, and the EU Council are negotiating how the bloc should position itself. The EU’s AI Act: A guide to understanding the ambitious plans to regulate artificial intelligenceIn June, …

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