EU considers AI Act compromise for high-risk areas and prohibited uses

08/02/2023 | EURACTIV

European Parliament co-rapporteurs Brando Benifei and Dragoș Tudorache hope to close negotiations for the EU Artificial Intelligence Act soon after proposing compromise amendments to the list of high-risk AI uses, banned practices and key concept definitions. 

UPDATE: 080223 - In related news, EURACTIV reports that EU policymakers are considering the extent to which AI systems managing critical infrastructure should be included within the AI Acts scope. While the EU Council included digital infrastructure such as cloud services and data centres in its high-risk category list, the EU Parliament is yet to do so.  

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