Europe's AI Act Would Regulate Tech Globally
Datanami, June 8th, 2022
June 19, 2022,
Volume 291, Issue 3

The Artificial Intelligence Act was introduced to the European Union in April 2021, and is rapidly progressing through comment periods and rewrites

Alex Woodie writes in Datanami, "When it goes into effect, which experts say could occur at the beginning of 2023, it will have a broad impact on the use of AI and machine learning for citizens and companies around the world.

The AI law aims to create a common regulatory and legal framework for the use of AI, including how it's developed, what companies can use it for, and the legal consequences of failing to adhere to the requirements. The law will likely require companies to receive approval before adopting AI for some use cases, outlaw certain other AI uses deemed too risky, and create a public list of other high-risk AI uses..."

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