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In a recently published article on TechRadar, Morgan Lewis partner Mike Pierides and associate Charlotte Roxon consider both the UK government’s plans to publish a National Artificial Intelligence Strategy and the EU Commission’s proposed EU-wide artificial intelligence legislative framework, and any potential alignment between the two.

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The EU Commission recently released its proposal to legislate a European Union–wide artificial intelligence (AI) framework. The EU Commission’s intention is that the proposed regulation on AI will provide greater safety and fundamental rights protection, while also supporting innovation and enabling trust without preventing innovation.
Having recently announced the launch of the new UK Cyber Security Council, the UK government has followed up by announcing its plans to publish a new National Artificial Intelligence Strategy (the AI Strategy) later this year.
The United Kingdom’s Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum (DRCF) on March 10 announced in its 2021–2022 workplan that the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will join as a full member from April 1, 2021.
Morgan Lewis partners Mike Pierides and Andrew J. Gray IV and associate Oliver Bell recently presented a webinar, Bias Issues and AI, as part of the Artificial Intelligence Boot Camp series.
The European Commission adopted a roadmap for the European Union's digital economy until 2030 on February 10, 2021.
The World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) held its third “Conversation on Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence” on November 4, 2020, to discuss its revised issues paper on Intellectual Property Policy and Artificial Intelligence.