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Brussels, my love? The EU’s groundbreaking attempt to regulate AI clears its first hurdle

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In this edition of Brussels, my love?, we discuss the EU's recent decision to be the first to regulate artificial intelligence. Some parties, however, were not completely happy with the final compromise.

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