CBI: sectoral regulation of AI will requires centralised framework

01/03/2023 | Pinsent Masons

The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has said the government's plans for a sectoral and principles-based regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) will require a centralised framework to ensure there is a  coordinated approach to AI governance. The CBI has published a new paper titled Regulating AI: a framework to support UK growth and realise UK AI strategic advantage calling for the creation of a one-stop-shop AI Governance Hub. 

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