The European Commission’s draft Artificial Intelligence Act is the first comprehensive attempt at global level to regulate specific uses of AI systems. The draft Regulation uses a risk-based approach to classify AI systems with different requirements and obligations, according to their intended purpose and level of risk.
Is this new framework based on the right principles and approach to foster innovative and trustworthy AI solutions? What impact can be expected on AI providers and users? Will the AI Act boost the uptake of AI and guarantee a human-centered approach?
Brando Benifei MEP and EIF Steering Committee Member
Yordanka Ivanova, Legal and Policy Officer at the unit Artificial Intelligence Policy Development and Coordination, DG CNECT, European Commission
Julien Vignon, AI Policy Lead, The French Ministry for the Economy and Finance
Andrea Renda, Senior Research Fellow and Head of Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation & Digital Economy, CEPS - tbc
Frederico Oliveira Da Silva, Digital Rights Senior Legal Officer, BEUC
Emilia Tantar, Chair of DIGITAL SME's Focus Group Artificial Intelligence
Maria Rosa Gibellini, Director General, European Internet Forum
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