Define ethical principles and let the courts correct problems as they come up, says Pekka Ala-Pietilä.
- Janosch Delcker
HELSINKI — In a global race to dominate artificial intelligence technology, Europe needs to keep its urge to regulate under control — at least for now.
That’s the main message from Pekka Ala-Pietilä, a former president of Nokia and tech entrepreneur who is overseeing EU efforts to draw up principles that will underpin any future regulation of the technology.
At the head of a group including 52 experts drawn from business, research and…