The Artificial Intelligence Act is still on the EU’s legislative drawing board, but the debate over how the new law will be enforced has already begun. National data-protection authorities say they’re best placed to police the new rules; but some governments in the bloc are already starting to set up designated AI regulators — a move that may hamper coordinated EU oversight. Also on today’s podcast: Why the makers of connected cars aren’t keen to emulate the crash-or-crash-through approach to data collection embraced by digital platforms.
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