Tag: AI Ethics

Tag: AI Ethics

Aphaia delivers a presentation on the new EU AI Act and the GDPR on 42Workspace in Rotterdam

Aphaia has opened its new office at 42Workspace in Rotterdam and had the chance to deliver the presentation “EU AI Act with GDPR fundamentals” to the Rotterdam tech community on 5th June.   42Workspace is the tech coworking space in Rotterdam, comprising a community of more than 40 startups and scale-ups providing digital services in

Global Developments in AI Regulation: UN and US Initiatives

The United Nations and the United States have both recently launched initiatives geared towards Artificial Intelligence (AI).   The global landscape for Artificial Intelligence is rapidly changing, with numerous countries and institutions implementing regulations to guide its safe and secure development. Two noteworthy developments in this area are the establishment of the United Nations’ AI

EU AI Act: The EU aims to set requirements for artificial intelligence

The EU AI Act is a significant step towards regulating AI, aiming to establish comprehensive requirements and address risks associated with this rapidly advancing technology.   The EU has taken a significant step towards regulating artificial intelligence (AI) by introducing the EU AI Act (the Act). This Act strives to establish a comprehensive rulebook for

AI action plan outlined by CNIL

The French data protection authority, CNIL has outlined an AI action plan to guide businesses and organisations that are developing AI systems.   The French data protection authority, CNIL, has published a strategic plan on artificial intelligence (AI) to provide guidance to businesses and organisations that are developing AI systems. The plan outlines the principles

Temporary ban on chatGPT by the Italian DPA

Italy becomes the first western country to place a temporary ban on Open AI app chatGPT.   The Italian Data Protection Authority (DPA) has announced a temporary ban on chatGPT, a chatbot technology that uses GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) language models. Chatbots using GPT language models are designed to simulate human interactions, producing responses that

OECD definition for Artificial Intelligence settled on by lawmakers

The European Parliament has officially decided to settle on the OECD definition for Artificial Intelligence. The European Parliament has agreed to officially define “artificial intelligence” (AI) technology, a key step towards enacting legislation regulating its use. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s definition of artificial intelligence (AI) has been under consideration by European Union

Aphaia is a guest speaker in the webinar event on smart cities organised by the Queen Mary University of London

Aphaia delivered a presentation on AI and data protection at the webinar event on smart cities organised by the QMUL CCLS Association.   Aphaia was invited as a guest speaker in a Focus Group Discussion on the Implementation of Human Rights and Civil Rights in Smart Cities to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals, organised by the

Guidelines on the use of AI and data in teaching and learning for teachers

The European Commission has published guidelines on the use of AI and data in teaching and learning for teachers.   As the field of AI rapidly develops, it has the potential to change our lives and transform the way we work, live, and learn. The development of AI is also an opportunity to address many

AI resources from CNIL published to support professionals

A collection of AI resources from CNIL were published in an effort to aid professionals in maintaining compliance.    With the developments in the use of AI systems over the years, new challenges in terms of data protection have presented. As part of its missions of information and protection of rights,  the CNIL has offered

Clearview AI fined and ordered to remove data

Clearview AI fined by the Italian SA after various GDPR violations, and ordered to remove data and appoint an EU representative.   The company Clearview AI, has been fined by yet another EU watchdog, according to this report from the EDPB. The Italian SA has also ordered the company to delete the data of Italians