European Commission and Google working on AI governance pact

25/05/2023 | Reuters

European Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton has said that the European Commission is working on forming a pact with Google owner Alphabet on artificial intelligence (AI) standards ahead of the passage of the EU Artificial Intelligence Act. Mr Breton said the pact would aim to get European and non-European AI developers to adopt common governance practices and principles on "a voluntary basis ahead of the legal deadline" for the AI Act.

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