EU lawmakers aim for common position on draft AI rules by early March

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By Supantha Mukherjee and Foo Yun Chee STOCKHOLM/BRUSSELS (Reuters) – EU lawmakers hope to agree on draft artificial intelligence rules next month, with the aim of clinching a deal with EU countries by the end of the year, one of the legislators steering the AI Act said. The European Commission proposed the AI rules in 2021 in an attempt to foster innovation and set a global standard for a technology, used in everything from self-driving cars and chatbots to automated factories, currently led by China and the United States. “We are still in good time to fulfil the overall target and calendar t…

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