An interim report by the Commons Science, Innovation and Technology Committee, has highlighted 12 challenges that policymakers must address to establish terms for the governance of AI deployments. An article by UK Authority discusses the findings and urges the Government to confirm the first round of public sector pilots on the use of AI models and to accelerate its planned legislation to impose a statutory duty on regulators to have due regard to the principles of AI governance. The article acknowledges the UK’s depth of technical expertise and reputation for trustworthy regulation but also warns that any delay in enacting the legislative powers would risk the UK falling behind the US and EU.


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