AI regulation: European Parliament resolves competence dispute

What goes around comes around? In the dispute over which committee in the European Parliament is involved in the negotiations on the artificial intelligence (AI) regulation and how, there was an agreement yesterday evening, after seven months of competence dispute. The Conference of Group Chairs decided to split the lead on the legislation between the Internal Market Committee (IMCO) and the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE).

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