EU calls on AI users and developers to commit to AI Pact

16/05/2024 | Inside Privacy

While the European Parliament has passed the Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act), its obligations won't take effect for at least two years. In the meantime, the Commission is urging AI developers and users of AI tools to proactively adhere to the AI Act's requirements through the AI Pact. Ahead of the European elections, the Commission has released further information on the AI Pact and is calling on organisations to implement measures to prevent potential misuse and ensure the safe use of AI leading up to the election.

In related news, the IAPP has produced an analysis of several stakeholder roles identified within the AI Act, along with a separate compliance matrix providing a high-level overview of the new laws key requirements.

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Artificial Intelligence Regulation, AI, Chatbots

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