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EU’s AI Act: France fighting to bitter end in bid to protect its startups, reports say

By France24
28 January 2024   |   10:30 am
The world's first major regulation on artificial intelligence should almost be done and dusted – but France is causing trouble. FRANCE 24's Tech Editor Peter O'Brien tells us more.

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