The initial version of the analysis of the legal and ethical framework of trusted AI provides an overview of how the GDPR provisions should be interpreted when applied in an AI system context. The analysis interprets the EU data protection framework relevant for the AI systems considering the guidelines, opinions and scholarly literature on the subject. Gaps, unclarities and challenges related to the applicability of the data protection provisions to the AI systems are being identified. Then, the deliverable reflects on the upcoming EU legislation which may have an impact on the data protection when applied to AI. Finally, the deliverable provides initial ways forward to reconcile AI and the GDPR and solve the challenges identified.
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