The EU Is Crafting Liability Laws For A.I. Products

The EU Is Crafting Liability Laws For A.I. Products

The European Union, which has led the way globally in creating regulation around technology, issued a new set of proposed civil liability laws for those deploying A.I. systems. The rules try to update and harmonize existing liability rules across the 27-nation bloc to take into account the fact that with many A.I. systems, it might be difficult for someone who has been harmed by A.I. software to figure out how exactly the A.I. software works and where it went wrong.

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NATO’s Data and Artificial Intelligence Review Board (DARB) has started working on an artificial intelligence (AI) certification standard. The standard is meant to assist industries and institutions to ensure that AI and data projects are compliant with international law.
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The White House Unveils A New AI Bill of Rights

To advance President Biden’s vision, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy has identified 5 principles that should guide the design, use, and deployment of automated systems to protect the American public in the age of artificial intelligence.
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L’incidence des institutions sur l’innovation

Un article explore le rôle des institutions inclusives dans la création d’un environnement propice à l’innovation en Europe. Pour ce faire, les chercheurs étudient le contexte historique.
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