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EU enlists Japan to help establish AI safeguards

European Commission VP also voices concern over Chinese 'debt traps'

The European Union hopes to prevent the rise of killer robots, and it wants Japan to help. (Getty Images)

TOKYO -- The European Union is seeking Japan's cooperation on setting rules for artificial intelligence, potentially covering everything from privacy to preventing the creation of killer robots, European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen told Nikkei in an exclusive interview.

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