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How The EU & UK’s Contrasting Approaches To AI Regulation Could Impact Pharma

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While EU preparations are underway to introduce strict legal requirements for all AI systems, the UK has doubled down on its flexible, non-regulatory framework. In this second of a two-part article, a lawyer explains the pros and cons of each for pharma and medtech firms.

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