EU and US lawmakers move to draft AI Code of Conduct fast

The European Union has used a transatlantic trade and technology talking shop to commit to moving fast and producing a draft Code of Conduct for artificial intelligence, working with US counterparts and in the hope that governments in other regions — including Indonesia and India — will want to get involved.
What’s planned is a set of standards for applying AI to bridge the gap, ahead of legislation being passed to regulate uses of the tech in respective countries and regions around the world.
Whether AI giants will agree to abide by what will be voluntary (non-legally binding) standards remains to …