The UK has confirmed that it still intends to refrain from regulating its artificial intelligence sector despite the EU, US, and China pushing forward with new legislative measures. Speaking at a Financial Times conference, the Minister for AI and Intellectual Property, Viscount Jonathan Camrose, said that there would be no UK law on AI "in the short term" because the government is concerned that heavy-handed regulation could curb industry growth. In contrast, the EU has taken the lead with its EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act), which is expected to come into force before the end of this year.
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