This web page provides an overview of the EU policy on AI and the forthcoming EC legislative proposal on AI regulation, with useful information on existing and upcoming policy frameworks and an analysis of the ensuing principles and requirements.
It demonstrates how numerous and various EU policy initiatives are when it comes to AI systems. The content outlines key aspects related with:
This content has been developed as part of Deliverable 2.1 “Overview & Analysis of the AI Policy Initiatives on EU level” of the AI4Media project.
The web version of this deliverable allows readers to easily go through the contents of the report and only read/download the subsections covering topics that are of interest to them. To this end, the report has been divided into different parts, roughly corresponding to its subsections, which can be directly downloaded as separate pdf files from this page by simply clicking on the relevant icon below.
This area provides an analysis of the EU policy documentation on AI.
1.1 provides an overview on various international and national AI policy initiatives and maps the key features from European Commission’s documents that set out the agenda for future AI policy and regulation.
1.2 presents the ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI by the High-Level Expert group with a detailed analysis of its key principles and requirements;
1.3 outlines key challenges and recommendations on AI and IP as identified by the European Parliament and the European Commission;
1.4 presents an overview of policy initiatives concerning the liability attached to AI systems;
1.5 briefly touches upon some recent initiatives on the use of AI in criminal law and in the culture, education and audiovisual sector and technology.
This area provides an analyses of forthcoming legislative proposals directly and indirectly pertaining to AI.
2.1 addresses the AI Package and the key provisions of the Proposal for AI Regulation;
2.2 presents the Digital Services Act Package, pointing out selected Digital Services Act provisions impacting the use of AI systems by intermediary services in the context of content moderation, online advertising and recommender systems; and it also presents key aspects of the Digital Markets Act;
2.3 covers the Data Governance Act and the Data Act proposal, outlining the EC initiative to enhance conditions for building common European data spaces, and sketches the EC plan to increase access to and further use of data;
2.4 outlines key aspects of the proposal on political targeted advertising & profiling, aimed to bring uniformity to the diverse regulations adopted in the Member States, enhancing trust and integrity in the political debate.
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