Leaked consolidated texts of the proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) surfaced online on Monday, indicating that the legislation's progress is continuing. The four-column document, spanning 892 pages, includes the original European Commission proposal alongside the European Parliament and Council's mandates. It also contains the draft consolidated agreement with redlines in the fourth column. Euractiv Technology Editor Luca Bertuzzi posted the final text, while European Parliament Senior Advisor Laura Caroli shared a 258-page document online. The text's release was not unexpected as Bertuzzi had reported the hard deadline to finalize the consolidated text by Monday, 22 January. The text was shared with EU Council members on Sunday ahead of Wednesday's Telecom Working Party meeting.
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