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Members of the UK’s Second Chamber propose putting creators first, share admiration for the EU’s AI Act, and want greater ambition over supercomputer plans. Marisa Woutersen hears more.
The first global AI Safety Summit held in the UK drew to a close yesterday and thoughts now turn to what new regulations may look like.
The UK is grappling with the balance between fostering AI innovation, while at the same time reducing the risks it poses, including safeguarding individual rights.
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