Europe’s AI regulations face uncertain fate amid negotiations



The European Union’s once-pioneering efforts to regulate artificial intelligence have hit some roadblocks in the face of new legislation. Lawmakers are struggling to reconcile differing perspectives on foundation models such as generative AI tools like ChatGPT, according to Reuters.

The European Commission unveiled its proposal for the AI Act in 2021, and the European Parliament granted approval in June of 2023. The drafted regulations now have to move through the European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission.

Full story: https://san.com/cc/europes-ai-regulations-face-uncertain-fate-amid-negotiations/

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