On 13 March the European Parliament adopted the world’s first binding law on artificial intelligence (AI). This legislation sets out clear guidelines for the use of AI technologies, aiming to ensure their responsible and ethical deployment.
More specifically, the law places restrictions on certain AI applications, such as facial recognition, and prohibits the practice of social scoring, which evaluates individuals based on their behaviour. Moreover, the law introduces robust standards for AI systems employed in sensitive areas like healthcare, prioritizing patient safety and well-being. Importantly, it grants consumers the right to express concerns and receive meaningful explanations regarding AI-related issues. While the law represents a significant step forward in AI regulation, various steps are still to be completed until the different parts of the law enter into force. The full-text document can be accessed here.

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