AI Act

November 2021

9 Insights

9 Insights

Artificial intelligence (AI) is high on the agenda of the European Union. An important point in this regard is an appropriate legal framework. At the end of April 2021, the EU Commission presented a proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down harmonised rules for AI, a law on artificial intelligence, also called the AI Regulation - according to the EU Commission, the world's first legal framework for AI. What is behind it? What is to be regulated and how? What effects could the AI Regulation have? We explore these questions in our plug-in edition on the AI Regulation.

The AI Act – does this mark a turning point for the regulation of artificial intelligence? An overview

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Prohibited practices under the draft AI Act – Does the European Commission want to ban Instagram?

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High-risk systems: A danger foreseen is half avoided – or is it?

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CE mark for AI systems - extension of product safety law to artificial intelligence

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Fines under the AI Act - A bottomless pit?

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Data governance in the AI Regulation - in conflict with the GDPR?

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The impact of the AI Act on HR technology

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Innovation meets regulation: A sandbox for artificial intelligence (AI)

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Regulation of the use of Big Data and AI by insurance undertakings

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