Germany will approve EU's planned AI act

Germany will approve the European Union's landmark AI Act after the Free Democrats (FDP), part of the ruling coalition, dropped their objections, four sources told Reuters on Tuesday.
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Elevate Your Tech Prowess with High-Value Skill CoursesOffering CollegeCourseWebsiteMITMIT Technology Leadership and InnovationVisitIIT DelhiIITD Certificate Programme in Data Science & Machine LearningVisitIndian School of BusinessISB Professional Certificate in Product ManagementVisit The European Union in December reached a provisional deal for artificial intelligence rules aimed at establishing guardrails for the rapid development of AI and setting a global standard in technology regulation. However, all EU legislation needs to be ratified by a committee where each country has a representative. The FDP, junior partners in Social Democrat Olaf Scholz's awkward three-way coalition with the Greens, had now given up its objections, four sources familiar with the decision told Reuters. The party is a strong advocate of protecting civil liberties.Discover the stories of your interestBlockchain5 StoriesCyber-safety7 StoriesFintech9 StoriesE-comm9 StoriesML8 StoriesEdtech6 Stories