CMA starts review of AI impact on competition and consumers

Report coming in September

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CMA starts review of AI impact on competition and consumers

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched a consultation to examine the competition and consumer protection implications in the creation and use of foundational AI models. Foundat...

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