The U.S. White House has advised the European Union to avoid heavily regulating artificial intelligence until risk assessments and cost-benefit analyses have been carried out, Euractiv reports. The U.S. takes this position in a set of regulatory principles that will be formally announced during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. “Europe and our allies should avoid heavy-handed innovation-killing models, and instead consider a similar regulatory approach,” a statement from the White House said. “The best way to counter authoritarian uses of AI is to make sure America and our international partners remain the global hubs of innovation, shaping the evolution of technology in a manner consistent with our common values.”
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