EU begin to hash out EU AI Act details starting Tuesday

Key Takeaway:

The European Union is in the process of finalizing the details of its new AI Act, which will be the first set of global laws to regulate artificial intelligence.


  • Experts from EU countries and lawmakers are meeting this week to hammer out the specifics of the AI Act, including its scope, function, and how it will address issues like biometric surveillance, copyright, and major AI systems like ChatGPT.
  • This comes after the EU reached a provisional agreement on the Act last week, following 36 hours of negotiations.
  • The agreed-upon text will now go through a formal editing process before being published and officially implemented, which is expected to happen in 2026.
  • Countries like France and Germany are still analyzing the compromises made in the Act, and have previously expressed support for regulating large language models like ChatGPT.

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