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Tech leader says EU approach to data security would hinder U.S. innovation on artificial intelligence

December 13, 2017 |
Maggie Miller
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The United States must not follow the European Union's regulatory approach to consumer data protection if it hopes to remain competitive in the artificial intelligence market, a U.S. tech industry representative maintained Tuesday at a Senate Commerce hearing that delved into multiple policy questions surrounding AI technology.

“The European Union has decided to double down on its onerous data protection rules in the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation, a far-reaching set of policies that will substantially raise the costs, and...


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