After all Germany could now slow down the AI ​​Law

After all, Germany could now slow down the AI ​​Law

Germany’s approval of the European “AI Law” to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) seems anything but certain. One point of contention is the requirements for providers of so-called basic models, which the FDP-led digital ministry considers too stringent, said Tobias Bacherle (Alliance 90/The Greens), member of the Bundestag and chairman of the digital committee. A spokeswoman for the Digital Ministry emphasized that the vote was still ongoing: “We are evaluating this very carefully.” The government wants to agree on a position by Friday. On this day, the law will be discussed in the Committee of Permanent Representatives of the European Union (EU), which prepares Council meetings.