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Bloomberg News of the United States commented on the 10th. With the development of artificial intelligence. Countries around the world are not only competing in technology but also afraid of “falling behind” in promoting AI regulation. The latest to push for action is French President Emmanuel Macron. Smart economy experts told the “Global Times” reporter that the reason. Why many countries strive to be the rule-makers is that whoever sets the rules can seek greater benefits for their own country.

Bloomberg reported that French President Emmanuel Macron privately met with dignitaries such as the French Minister of Digital Technology. And AI experts from technology companies, including Google’s parent company. On the 9th, planning to establish an artificial intelligence regulatory agency in France. According to reports, although the content of the talks has not been made public, artificial intelligence should be the theme of the meeting. Macron intends to compete with the UK for the dominance of artificial intelligence legislation and regulation.

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The panellists discussed France’s place in the global AI race. The technology’s positive and negative impact on society. And Europe’s upcoming AI bill, a person familiar with the matter told Bloomberg on condition of anonymity.

While Macron primarily wanted opinions, attendees understood that the French president wanted to play a key role in European and global AI regulation. Macron’s strategy is to escalate competition with Britain and make France a top destination for tech innovation. Zhao Yongsheng, director of the French Economic Research Centre of the University of International Business and Economics and a professor of finance. He said in an interview with a reporter from the Global Times. On the 11th that he divided the development of the global artificial intelligence field into three economic models. First, the major countries represented by the United Kingdom and the United States

The economic model of industry and light regulation; second, the model of EU countries represented by France that emphasises regulation and light industry; and third, the development direction represented by China, which strives to strike a balance between regulation and industrial development. He believes that the outcome of the contest between Europe and the United States with different attitudes and approaches to the digital economy and smart economy (including artificial intelligence economy) will directly affect the future development of the digital economy and smart economy in many countries.

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