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Commission’s proposals on artificial intelligence critiqued

Former Commission official says wrong approach taken to regulating risky AI

Watchdogs, industry and a former European Commission official have cast a critical eye at the Commission’s approach to regulating artificial intelligence, with each pointing to what they see as potential problems or shortcomings.

In April the Commission proposed EU laws categorising different uses of AI according to the risk involved, with an outright ban on uses entailing an “unacceptable risk”—albeit with an exemption from the ban for research—and an iterative risk-management system for “high-risk” uses.

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