AI regulation: ITRE and CULT appoint rapporteurs

After the European Parliament settled the competence dispute on the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Regulation at the beginning of December, the rapporteurs for the Committee on Culture and Education (CULT) and the EU Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) have now also been selected. These negotiate the law in Parliament in a co-advisory capacity. As expected, the report in ITRE goes to the EPP group. Bulgarian Eva Maydell will draft it. “We are crossing the Rubicon: the first general law on Artificial Intelligence. It should benefit all: citizens, consumers and companies.,” the 35-year-old commented on Twitter.

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