EU Artificial Intelligence Act too political to fail

30/01/2024 | Pinsent Masons

EU lawmakers are unlikely to let the proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) fail despite some lingering uncertainty about the final text. According to Pinsent Masons, businesses should prepare as though the draft legislation will be formally adopted. The procedural process for adopting the text can begin when a consolidated text becomes available after trilogue negotiations between the different law-making institutions. However, reports suggest that France and Germany are leading efforts to achieve late amendments to the text about the potential impact that some provisions of the proposed AI Act might have on innovation. Despite this, there is likely to be final agreement on and adoption of a new EU AI Act this spring.

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Artificial Intelligence Regulation, AI, Chatbots

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