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AI regulation needs attention without ‘stifling R&D’, MPs told

                   

Plea comes as academic warns of “massive AI arms race” between global tech firms

Experts have called for greater capacity and coherence in the regulation of artificial intelligence without “stifling R&D”, amid concerns of a “massive AI arms race”.

Speaking during a House of Commons Science and Technology Committee session on governance of artificial intelligence, Katherine Holden, head of data analytics, AI and data identity at TechUK, said the UK’s AI sector was “absolutely thriving” with “a number of small, agile and exciting SMEs, startups and scale-ups”.

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