Europe’s AI Act is taking shape. How will the UK respond?

As the EU pushes through a historic AI Act, its neighbor is left wondering how to keep up.

In 2012, artificial intelligence was unable to compete with even the doziest of dogs. That year, Google researchers made a breakthrough by training a neural network of 16,000 processors on unlabeled YouTube stills. In a matter of days, the network taught itself to recognize pictures of cats.

The increase in computing power and the expansion of foundational datasets since then have changed AI from an abstract futuristic concept to a commodity. We are surrounded by it—from word processors

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