- The future of the proposed EU AI Act hit a snag Wednesday as an agreement among the four main political parties fell apart, Euractiv reports. At issue is how remote biometric identification would be addressed in the text, an issue close to the European People's Party, which had been granted some flexibility for tabling new amendments.
- Euractiv also reports on the differences between European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager and Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton in their goals and approaches to artificial intelligence regulation.
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