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King’s speech: ‘Disappointment’ as AI bill missing

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House of Commons science committee chair warns UK could be “left behind” without AI bill

It is “disappointing” that today’s King’s speech did not include a bill on artificial intelligence, the chair of the House of Commons Science, Innovation and Technology Committee Greg Clark has said.

In his first King’s speech since becoming monarch, King Charles was tasked with outlining the government’s priorities for the months ahead as part of the State Opening of Parliament, marking the start of the parliamentary year. The next parliamentary session is likely to be the last before the upcoming general election, which must take place by January 2025.

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