AI Office will require robust leadership to be a success

23/05/2024 | EURACTIV

An op-ed in EURACTIV discusses the challenges facing the European AI Office in spearheading the implementation of the Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act). The office will require robust leadership and an innovative structure to effectively manage its extensive responsibilities within a limited budget and tight deadlines. 

The article also highlights the potential for the AI Office to evolve into a fully independent "Digital Implementation & Enforcement Agency," consolidating competencies across various digital regulations to streamline digital governance and enhance the EU's digital leadership on the international stage. 

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Thierry Breton

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