Europe's Artificial Intelligence Act nears the finish line

30/05/2023 | IAPP

The European Union is close to finalising the world's first comprehensive law to regulate artificial intelligence (AI). Like the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) inspired countries around the world to implement stricter rules for processing personal data, the EU Artificial Intelligence Act has the "potential to become the international benchmark for regulating the fast-paced AI field". The legislation is considered a landmark in the digital landscape, not just for Europe but the entire world.

In an article for the IAPP, journalist Luca Bertuzzi looks at where the legislation currently stands and discusses the key points throughout its process, compliance requirements, enforcement and more. 

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