EU aims at achieving trustworthy AI in the Union and beyond
The EU Commission has been busy this spring with releasing digital initiatives. One of them, and with far-reaching implications, is the proposal for an AI regulation. If Europe is to be internationally competitive, it must carry its values to the global stage, and facilitate innovation across the EU, the Commission says. The EU is establishing a model which can be adapted to fill a perceived regulatory vacuum in any country, as it has done with the GDPR, Professor Greenleaf says.
Another EU Commission proposal, on e-Privacy, is taking longer than expected. Our expert correspondents analyse the differences between the stances by the European Commission and the European Council of Ministers.
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