France accepts the European regulation on artificial intelligence, but sets its conditions

Paris was the last obstacle to reaching an agreement.

France now accepts the European Union’s draft regulation governing artificial intelligence (AI), but under strict conditions, we learned on Friday from a European diplomatic source.

Paris was the last hurdle to reaching a deal, multiple sources said previously. Among the conditions imposed by France, which does not intend to impede the development of this technology, is in particular respect for a balance between transparency and preservation of industrial secretssaid the source.

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France also refuses any excessive administrative restrictions in implementing the obligations imposed on high-risk AI systems, he added. The Twenty-Seven are expected to officially approve this new regulation this Friday, at the level of their ambassadors to the EU.

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