After a 22-hour trilogue session that began on 6 December, trilogue negotiations in the final meeting between the European Commission, European Parliament, and Council of the European Union to pass the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) have been paused. The EU is under pressure to pass the AI Act before next year's parliamentary elections and the reconstitution of the European Commission. If the negotiators are unable to agree on a common text soon, the proposed law may be delayed for at least another year. Despite high expectations for a political agreement, the parties will resume work on 7 December.
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