Axel Voss interview on the EU AI Act and data protection

11/09/2023 | Jurist

The Jurist has published a two-part interview with German Member of the European Parliament Axel Voss. In Part 1 of the interview, Voss discusses his views on the EU Artificial Intelligence Act, the conflicts between training AI systems and data protection regulation, empowering users to exercise their data rights, along with the issue of using AI for law enforcement and in the legal sphere. Part 2 addresses AI and the broader regulation of privacy and data protection, at what stage of development the AI Act is right now, potential threats and the impact of AI on jobs.

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Artificial Intelligence Regulation, AI, Chatbots

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