- The European Commission unveiled its long-awaited proposal for a regulation laying down harmonized rules on artificial intelligence and amending certain union legislative acts. IAPP Senior Westin Research Fellow Jetty Tielemans breaks down both the proposal and next steps for the regulation.
- Hogan Lovells Senior Associate Dan Whitehead views the proposal as "bold and comprehensive" with stiff penalty schemes and prohibitions governing high-risk AI systems. The impacts will range across the board, but Whitehead believes the new rules will be "of real consequence to the privacy profession particularly." He offers up his initial conclusions on the implications of the draft framework.
- MIT Technology Review reports on the future of artificial intelligence enforcement following the release of the proposal and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's post on the subject.
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