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Daily Dashboard | UK government rolls out global AI standards initiative Related reading: US House subcommittee kicks off draft American Privacy Rights Act consideration



  • The U.K. government announced plans to pilot an Artificial Intelligence Standards Hub through the Alan Turing Institute that will "develop educational materials to help organisations develop and benefit from global standards." More specifically, the new hub will seek to "improve the governance of AI, complement pro-innovation regulation and unlock the huge economic potential" following the U.K.'s departure from the EU.
  • According to a blog post from Hogan Lovells, Spain's government is budgeting for the creation of the first national AI supervisory authority among EU member states. The Supervisory Agency of Artificial Intelligence, which the government hopes to be fully operational by 2023, will be tasked with development, supervision and monitoring of projects within Spain's AI Strategy.
  • Norway's data protection authority, Datatilsynet, released the first report from its AI sandbox while announcing reports from three other sandbox projects will be published in the near future.

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