The fourth ministerial meeting of the EU-US Trade and Technology Council gathered in Sweden on Wednesday, 31 May. A joint statement was released following the event, reiterating a shared commitment to working on a risk-based approach to artificial intelligence (AI) governance. "Cooperating on our approaches is key to promoting responsible AI innovation that respects rights and safety and ensures that AI provides benefits in line with our shared democratic values," the US Department of Justice press release stated. Shortly after the event, European Commission Executive Vice-President Margrethe Vestager said, "a draft code of conduct on artificial intelligence (AI) could be drawn up within weeks."
Read the European Commission press release.
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