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The EU AI Act: A Primer

Mia Hoffmann

September 26, 2023

The EU AI Act is nearing implementation. Read this blog post by CSET’s resident EU expert and Research Fellow, Mia Hoffmann, for a synopsis of what’s in the Act and what it means for AI regulation in the EU (and the world).

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