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Germany breaks deadlock on AI Act as it backs ‘acceptable compromise’

AI companies could soon see groundbreaking legislation on artificial intelligence fast-tracked for adoption in the European Union after Germany has dropped its opposition towards the regulation. The country’s digital minister Volker Wissing said today that he negotiated “an acceptable compromise” and will now back the proposal.
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Jakub Krupa

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Jakub joined MLex’s London team in August 2020 to report on topics including data privacy and security, cybersecurity, and telecom regulation, focusing on EU & UK regulatory and legal risk in the telecoms, media and technology (TMT) sectors. He is currently working on MLex's coverage of future mobility, in particular the rise of connected, electric and autonomous vehicles.

Sam Clark

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Sam has covered data privacy and security in the UK and Ireland for MLex since November 2021. He previously covered data protection for trade publication Global Data Review, as well as reporting on technology, media and telecoms businesses for S&P Global. He has a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree in journalism, both from the University of Kent.

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