EU AI Act faces delay after meeting ends in deadlock

17/02/2023 | Reuters

Efforts to reach a consensus for the final text on the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) after a meeting on Wednesday ended in a deadlock. The issues centre around balancing fundamental rights such as privacy without stifling innovation or investment. Negotiations are ongoing but hopes the AI Act will be put to a vote at the European Parliament at the end of March are fading. 

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