Facebook CEO Mark ZuckerbergMark ZuckerbergEx-Facebook data scientist to testify before British lawmakers A defense for Facebook and global free speech Senate Democrat calls on Facebook to preserve documents related to whistleblower testimony MORE met with European Union officials Monday in Brussels before new proposals on regulating artificial intelligence are proposed, The Associated Press reported.
Zuckerberg met with Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s executive vice president of the European Commission for a Europe Fit for the Digital Age, according to the AP.
Zuckerberg also met with Thierry Breton, commissioner for the internal market, and Vera Jourova, vice president for values and transparency, according to the newswire.
Vestager is set to release the first draft of the EU’s proposed artificial intelligence regulations on Wednesday, according to the AP.
The proposed regulations on facial recognition and digital strategy could affect Facebook and other tech giants such as Google and Apple.
Facebook also released a white paper Monday on “charting a way forward online content regulation.” Facebook outlines considerations regulators should consider when proposing regulations that could impact tech companies.