EU Council moves forward with AI Act and Data Act proposals

07/11/2022 | EURACTIV

The Czech Presidency of the Council of the European Union is close to finalizing the text for the proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act. It is anticipated that the Committee of the Permanent Representatives of the Governments of the Member States to the European Union will approve the final version on 18 November. Ministers in the Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council will then sign off on the text on 6 December.

Meanwhile, EURACTIV reports additional revisions to the proposed EU Data Act have been made ahead of planned discussions on the proposal during the Working Party on Telecommunications and Information Society's meeting on 8 November. The latest changes include aligning language about international data transfers to match that found in the EU Data Governance Act, along with modifications to provisions for enforcement and interoperability.

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