The European Commission announced yesterday a comprehensive proposal for regulating artificial intelligence (AI) across the European Union. AmCham EU supports the European Commission’s objectives to enable uptake of trusted AI applications and ensuring a harmonised EU approach.
AI can help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges – from healthcare research, to mobility, and energy consumption. AI requires a risk-based, use case specific approach focused on high-risk AI applications.
The European Union is set to be the first region globally to set a legislative framework for AI, and this framework is likely to influence policy direction in other regions.