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Brexit blow for UK's hopes of helping set AI rules in Europe"

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The UK's hopes of retaining an influential role for its data protection agency in shaping European Union regulations post-Brexit -- including helping to set any new Europe-wide rules around artificial intelligence -- look well and truly dashed.

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But the [adequacy decision] mechanism does not allow for the third country to be involved, in any shape or form, in discussions around forming and shaping the EU's rules themselves. So, in the UK's case, the country would be going from having a seat at the rule-making table to being shut out of the process entirely -- at time when the EU is really setting the global agenda on digital regulations.



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by ATinNM on Wed May 30th, 2018 at 12:12:26 AM EST
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