Labour party plans to force AI developers to share test data

Existing voluntary agreement would be made legally binding

Penny Horwood
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 Labour party plans to force AI developers to share test data

It took too long for lawmakers and regulators around the world to identify the risks that social media posed. Labour wants to avoid repeating the mistake.

The Labour party has gone public with proposals to compel AI companies to share road test results of their technology with government officials.  A voluntary agreement between tech companies inc...

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