European Commission backs increased AI risk assessments

05/10/2023 | European COmmission

The European Commission has announced that it has adopted a recommendation for increased risk assessments in four critical technology areas to safeguard EU economic security. Among the four areas, the recommendation covers six categories of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, such as data analytics, language learning and object recognition. The commission aims to collaborate with EU member states to conduct collective risk assessments of these areas by the end of the year.

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