Tag: AI Act
The Dutch government was one of the first EU governments to develop a vision document on the impact of generative AI on society.
This report contains five prototypes (3 Instructions For Use and 2 disclaimers), best practices and legal feedback concerning the transparency requirements of the EU AI Act.
In this brAInfood, we highlight various regulatory regimes which should be taken into account at different stages of the lifecycle of an AI system in a practical overview.
In this academic paper, the authors provide a comparative overview of the range of international institutions that have been suggested to regulate and govern the application of AI.
As a preparatory measure for the future German legislation on regulatory sandboxes, a public consultation on the topic was launched. This consultation builds further on past policy actions in this regard. One of those actions was the publication of a handbook for regulatory sandboxes.
To improve the identification and mitigation of risks concerning AI, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology introduced a Framework on the risk management of artificial intelligence.
The Knowledge Centre organized a workshop on 21 June to officially kick off its 'Policy Prototyping the AI Act: Transparency Requirements' project.
Tijdens deze Data-Date bespraken we de mogelijke impact van de aankomende Europese regulering voor data en AI op de activiteiten van Vlaamse bedrijven en andere organisaties.
The Knowledge Centre is looking for participants for workshops on the transparency requirements of the EU AI Act
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been piloting a Digital Sandbox-project. This project may serve as an interesting approach for regulatory sandboxes.
This report features the presentations and video recording of the policy monitor update from Friday 25 November 2022
The new compromise text of the Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA) by the Council of the EU has been published. The text, presented by the Czech presidency, follows and builds on the previous (partial) compromises under Slovenian and French presidencies
The Canadian government published a proposal of an act to regulate trade and commerce in AI systems and protect individuals from serious harm arising from these systems
What are the conclusions after the first policy prototyping experiment
In deze bijdrage (in het Engels) gaat Martin Ebers (University of Tartu) dieper in op de vraag of de voorgestelde AI Verordening (AI Act) op effectieve wijze kan worden gehandhaafd. De auteur toont aan dat dit momenteel niet het geval is en doet daarbij eveneens een aantal aanbevelingen.
The European Commission recently published two proposals to adapt liability rules to the digital age, circular economy and the impact of global value chains: one that revises the Product Liability Directive (‘revised PLD’) and another one that introduces an extra-contractual liability regime for AI systems (‘AI Liability Directive’).
In this brAInfood, you can check whether your AI system is forbidden according to the AI Act or not.
The Knowledge Centre Data & Society gathers feedback on the EU AI regulation through a policy prototyping exercise