AI Act compromise text covers key provisions, EU-wide AI regulator

17/10/2023 | EURACTIV

On Friday, 13 October, the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union circulated three discussion papers on the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI ACT) ahead of the next trilogue negotiations on 25 October. The papers, covering fundamental rights, sustainability obligations, and workplace decision-making, are intended to provide room for manoeuvre in negotiating with the other EU institutions.

In related news, InfoRisk Today reports that the EU is planning to establish a dedicated office to oversee the implementation of the AI Act, with particular emphasis on big-tech companies such as OpenAI. Member of the European Parliament DragoĊŸ Tudorache, co-rapporteur of the AI Act, stated that negotiators have agreed in principle to establish an "EU AI Office." 

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