Tag: artificial intelligence

Tag: artificial intelligence

EU Artificial Intelligence Act passed by the European Parliament

The European Parliament has passed the EU Artificial Intelligence Act (EU AI Act) to ensure safety of EU citizen rights.  On Wednesday March 14th, the Parliament formally passed the Artificial Intelligence Act, a legislation designed to safeguard public safety and fundamental rights, while simultaneously fostering innovation. The Act was finalised in negotiations with member states

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

AI regulatory sandbox: pilot program launched

The Government of Spain and the European Commission recently launched a pilot program for the AI regulatory sandbox.    Last month, the government of Spain and the European Commission presented a pilot of the first regulatory sandbox on Artificial Intelligence. This sandbox aims to bring together the  competent authorities and the companies that develop AI

Regulating the right to privacy in the AI era

What about Privacy in the AI era? New developments in 2019 have shown that the GDPR rules on AI profiling could not be timelier. From smart billboards to home audio devices, AI has been deployed to make sense of everything we expose about ourselves, including our faces and things we casually say. Regardless of these

UK Government releases AI procurement guidelines

In today’s blog we review the UK Government’s new draft procurement guidelines for AI.   Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a major part of all our lives and societies. From popular voice command applications like Siri and Alexa; to business spam filters; and connected cars like Tesla; AI is all around us. Increasingly, AI is  being

GDPR Challenges For Artificial Intelligence

Data protection in algorithms Technological development is enabling the automation of all processes, as Henry Ford did in 1914; The difference is that now instead of cars we have decisions about privacy. Since GDPR came into force on 25th May 2018, lots of questions have arisen regarding how the Regulation may block any data-based project. In this article, we aim to clarify some of the main GDPR concepts that may apply to the processing of large amounts of data and algorithm decision-making. It