EU heavies disagree with bloc's AI plans, support UK-style 'wait-and-see' proposal

MEP labels leaked policy 'a declaration of war'

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EU heavies disagree with bloc's AI plans, support UK-style 'wait-and-see' proposal

Europe's largest states have put Anglo-centric proposals for light-touch regulation of artificial intelligence on the table in negotiations over the EU's proposed AI Act, which intends to impose harsh rules over developers of the emerging technology.

Germany, France and Italy have declared a new, softer position on AI since they and other EU member states entered negotiations with members of the European Parliament (MEPs), and the European Comm...

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