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EU countries and MEPs have agreed on rules to regulate artificial intelligence systems such as ChatGPT after 10 hours of discussions, a source familiar with the talks said.

The source reveals that EU governments have made compromises during the negotiations in the hope that they will get the support of MEPs to use artificial intelligence for biometric tracking to protect national security, as well as in the areas of defence and military purposes.

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The talks, which began at 14 p.m. GMT, continue with a focus on the use of biometric tracking, which MEPs want to ban.

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