In response to the European Commission's consultation on the EU's proposed regulation on artificial intelligence, the Information Accountability Foundation has suggested a revision to the EU GDPR to include knowledge creation and scientific research as legal bases to process personal data in order to provide a foundation for responsible use of artificial intelligence.
Meanwhile, Hogan Lovells has published their comments regarding the proposed regulation on AI. The law firm indicated that the proposal is "an ambitious and comprehensive framework" but also acknowledged "there are a number of areas where further clarity is required." Those areas of improvement include the definition of AI systems, intersection with the EU GDPR, territorial scope, unified cross-border supervision and more.
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