Germany, France, Italy reach agreement on AI regulation

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France, Germany, and Italy have reached an agreement on how artificial intelligence should be regulated, which should speed up negotiations at the European Union level, Reuters reports. The European Commission, the European Parliament, and the Council of the EU agree on how the bloc should position itself on this issue. The governments of France, Germany, and Italy have backed mandatory self-regulation through codes of conduct for so-called basic AI models designed to produce a wide range of outcomes. “Together we underline that the AI Act regulates the application of AI and not the technology…

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