The Czech Presidency of the Council of the European Union has issued its latest compromise text for the proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act. The update deals with concerns about classifying high-risk AI deployments and provider obligations within each category. Other changes related to the definition of AI, adding a new exemption for research and development initiatives using AI, and updating the prohibited list of AI applications. The council's Working Party will consider the new text on Telecommunications and Information Society on 22 September.
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