EU’s AI Act faces delay with lawmakers deadlocked after crunch meeting

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By Martin Coulter and Supantha Mukherjee LONDON (Reuters) – European Union plans to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) face another stumbling block after lawmakers failed to agree on a basic set of proposals, according to four people familiar with the matter. The bloc’s highly-anticipated AI Act is widely expected to be put to a vote at the European Parliament at the end of March, at which point individual nations will begin negotiating final terms of the legislation. Following a crunch five-hour meeting in Brussels on Wednesday, however, MEPs had yet to agree to a set of basic principles. …

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