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Concerns about unintended consequences of proposals in AI white paper

The Financial Times reports on conversations with EU insiders who suggest that the coronavirus pandemic has exposed shortcomings in the policies mooted only a month ago in the ‘strategy for artificial intelligence and data’. The calls for ‘EU data sovereignty’ have been replaced with a ‘realisation you need to rely on a much broader set of data’ in pursuit of a vaccine. The consultation on the white paper is expected to be pushed back from its current finish date at the end of May, suggests the paper.

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The coronavirus pandemic has exposed shortcomings in the policies mooted only a month ago in the EU's ‘strategy for artificial intelligence and data’

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