EU Artificial Intelligence Act

  • The EU AI Act aims to regulate AI technologies within the European Union, focusing on responsible development and ethical use.
  • Adopting a risk-based approach, the legislation categorizes AI applications into different risk levels, tailoring regulations accordingly.
  • Prohibiting specific AI practices like social credit scoring and predictive policing, the EU prioritizes preventing misuse of AI technologies.
  • Transparency and accountability are emphasized, requiring developers to provide clear information about AI system capabilities and limitations.
  • The Act introduces independent conformity assessments for higher-risk AI applications, enhancing objectivity in regulatory oversight.
  • Critics argue that defining and categorizing AI applications accurately may pose challenges, and stringent regulations may hinder competitiveness ....
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