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The Artificial Intelligence ACT 

The European Commission has been working on AI-related regulations as part of its broader digital strategy. One of the key legislative proposals in this context is the "Artificial Intelligence Act," which was proposed by the European Commission in April 2021. The official name of this proposal is the "Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down harmonized rules on artificial intelligence (Artificial Intelligence Act)."

The proposed Artificial Intelligence Act aims to establish a regulatory framework for AI systems within the EU. It focuses on ensuring AI systems are developed and used in a manner that is transparent, accountable, and respects fundamental rights. Key elements of the proposal include: 

Risk-Based Approach

The regulation categorizes AI systems based on their potential risks, with high-risk systems subject to stricter requirements and oversight.


Prohibited Practices

Certain AI practices are prohibited, such as social scoring for government purposes, and AI that manipulates people’s behavior in harmful ways.


Transparency and Accountability

The proposal requires transparency about AI systems’ use, including providing information to users about AI interactions. It also establishes mechanisms for accountability. 


Data and Training Data

Rules are established regarding the quality and use of training data to prevent biases and discrimination in AI systems.


Conformity Assessment

High-risk AI systems must undergo a conformity assessment before being placed on the market.


Supervision and Enforcement

National authorities and the European Board for Artificial Intelligence will supervise and enforce compliance with the regulation.


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