European Parliament's Artificial Intelligence Act co-rapporteur Brando Benifei urged the European Commission to compromise on certain areas in hopes of a final agreement before the end of the year, Reuters reports. The most contentious issues remaining are AI-powered biometric surveillance and the use of copyrighted material by generative AI. Members of European Parliament are seeking an outright ban on biometric surveillance, while France and other member states are pushing for national security exemptions. Editor's note: Explore the IAPP AI Governance Center and subscribe to the AI Governance Dashboard.
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