The Council of the European Union has finalised the text for the proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act, including revisions made under the Czech presidency. The new text confirms that the AI Act "does not affect the competencies, tasks, powers and independence of the national authorities in charge of supervising the protection of fundamental rights, including equality bodies and data protection authorities." The council is expected to "reach a general approach" on the text 6 December.
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