CNIL adds AI department, commences machine learning study

23/01/2023 | CNIL

The French data protection authority, the CNIL, has announced plans to create an artificial intelligence (AI) department. The department, which is to consist of a five-person team with a mix of legal and technical backgrounds, aims to increase its knowledge of AI systems and the privacy risks ahead of the proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act coming into force. The CNIL also announced a study of machine-learning databases focusing on producing practical resources for handling and use.

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