CMA invites comments on Microsoft and Amazon AI partnerships

Regulator has warned against Big Tech's growing AI dominance

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CMA invites comments on Microsoft and Amazon AI partnerships

The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is seeking comment on three major partnerships involving tech firms and AI start-ups.

This move may herald an investigation into whether such deals stifle competition in the growing AI sector. The invitations to comment (ITCs) focus on partnerships between: Microsoft and Mis...

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