EU and UK diverge in the race to regulate artificial intelligence


The transformational capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) are driving a lot of excitement and apprehension about the potential application of such capabilities across the economy. As AI and related innovations such as generative language tools develop apace, European policymakers are racing to get to grips with emerging opportunities and risks presented by AI, and to implement regulation that both supports the development and use of AI while safeguarding against inherent risks.

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