The One of the core institutions of the European Union, responsible for lawmaking, policymaking and monitoring compliance with EU law.... today put a stake in the ground setting the scene for what the future regulation of The use of computer systems to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as decision-making, speech recognition, translation etc.... (AI) in Europe might look like.
With a strong emphasis on ensuring Europeans can trust AI, and a framework to ensure risk is mitigated, Article 2 of the proposal provides a wide scope. On this basis the proposed regulation emphasises how integral the DPO role of the future is going to be in providing organisations utilising AI with appropriate advice and guidance. What this means for the UK and its own data protection agenda remains to be seen.
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