European Commission's AI Board holds first meeting

19/06/2024 | European Commission

On Wednesday, 19 June 2024, the European Commission announced that the AI board held its first high-level meeting to discuss the upcoming Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act). The meeting highlighted the importance of early collaboration in preparing for the AI Act. Key topics on the agenda included:

  • Establishing a strategic vision for implementing the AI Act.
  • Defining the role of the Board.
  • Exploring different national approaches to AI Act governance and supervision.
  • Setting initial objectives and priorities for the AI Act's implementation by the European Commission.
  • Organizing the Board's structure, including its mandate, the process for selecting a Chair, decision-making procedures, and the formation of sub-groups.
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