Ahead of a Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER) meeting for the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) on Wednesday, 29 November, the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union called for flexibility within member states as it circulated the first half of the negotiating mandate indicating possible landing zones in the area of law enforcement.
The second half of the mandate will be discussed at the COREPER level on Friday, 1 December. This includes foundation models, governance, source code access, sanctions, entry into force, and secondary legislation. EU policymakers still hope to reach a final agreement at the trilogue on December 6.
UPDATE: 291123 - EURACTIV reports that the Spanish Presidency circulated the second part of the mandate on Monday and Tuesday.
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