Webinar

Tech Me Up! - Tracking the EU AI Act, an interview with tech journalist Luca Bertuzzi

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Join us on Wednesday 6 March for the next session in our Tech Me Up! webinar series. This informative session will crucially focus on "Tracking the EU AI Act” and include a interview with tech journalist Luca Bertuzzi, formerly Tech Editor at Euractiv who closely followed the EU's discussions on the AI Act.

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As we navigate through the digital age, understanding the regulatory frameworks around Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly essential. The proposed EU AI Act marks a significant step towards comprehensive AI regulation in Europe.  

Our discussion with Bertuzzi will consider some of the critical moments of decision and compromise that formed part of the AI Act trilogue, as well as where the EU landed on certain controversial issues. We will also discuss latest developments on AI regulation and how this could impact businesses across sectors. 

This session aims to provide:

  • An overview of the development and current state of play with the AI Act.
  • Insight into how different scenarios may affect your business.
  • A forum for your questions about what these changes might mean.

Whether you're an industry leader, an innovative start-up or simply interested in understanding more about AI regulation in Europe, we look forward to welcoming you to this event. Together we will explore what lies ahead as we track progress on this pivotal legislation.  

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