The European Union has successfully negotiated an agreement on the world’s inaugural regulations for artificial intelligence.

European Union negotiators have secured a groundbreaking agreement on the world’s inaugural comprehensive regulations for artificial intelligence, marking a significant step towards legal oversight of technology. The accord addresses various contentious issues, including generative AI and the use of facial recognition surveillance by law enforcement. After intense closed-door negotiations lasting 22 hours and a subsequent round, European Commissioner Thierry Breton announced the tentative political agreement, making the EU the first continent to establish clear rules for AI use. The specifics of the eventual law, expected to come into effect no earlier than 2025, remain undisclosed, leaving room for further discussions on the finer details.

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