Facebook co-founder claims UK can be global AI leader

23/10/2023 | Independent

The co-founder of Facebook, Dustin Moskovitz, has said that Brexit means the UK has the freedom to become a global leader in artificial intelligence (AI). He claimed the heavy-handed EU Artificial Intelligence Act made it better for the UK to be outside the EU. Speaking ahead of Rishi Sunak's AI summit at Bletchley Park, Moskovitz said he was "far more concerned about regulatory friction" in the EU than in Britain. He argued that the UK was taking a more forward approach to developing AI technology.

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