Leaked EU AI Act is ‘a wake-up call for organisations’

A leak of the EU’s AI Act removes doubts about its adoption, but critics fear that the plans will inhibit innovation. All 892 pages of the final version were published on Monday by Euractiv tech editor Luca Bertuzzi, while a consolidated version that runs a mere 258 pages was shared by European Parliament policy advisor Laura Caroli. Only linguistic or technical details can now be made to the full regulation. EU ambassadors are due to adopt the act on February 2. If all goes to plan, the final regulation will be implemented before the European Parliament elections in June. That…

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