The EU regulation on artificial intelligence has its final wording, it is due to come into effect this year

The EU regulation on artificial intelligence has its final wording, it is due to come into effect this year
The EU regulation on artificial intelligence has its final wording, it is due to come into effect this year

The negotiators of the European Parliament and the EU Member States reached an agreement on similar EU rules for the education of artificial intelligence at the beginning of December 2023. Now it was up to the Member States of the Union to finally confirm the then-agreed text. France had objections until the last moment, but in the end they still supported.

The idea of ​​artificial intelligence is a sweetheart, it is the first rules for artificial intelligence in the world, the Belgian presidency said, explaining that the purpose of the standard is to ensure that the use of artificial intelligence is safe and in line with the EU’s fundamental principles.

Nazen vs. smurfs

The objectives set out in its Treaties are fulfilled by the EU with the help of several types of first acts. Some of them have priority, others don’t. Some of them apply to all EU countries, others only to some. Nazen is the first consideration. Payment in its entirety in EU customs. On the other hand smurfs is the first act setting customs that all EU countries must comply with. However, it is up to individual countries how they formulate their national laws and how they achieve this goal.

Found a report in the classification of technologies according to the way they are used and the variety introduced is also limited according to how they carry risk. Some systems the EU wants to ban completely, such tools as facial recognition algorithms would again be subject to strong regulation.

The norm will prevent you from the so-called social scoring, i.e. the observation of cameras in public spaces and their evaluation according to the results, commented the decision of the EU mayor for digitization Ivan Barto.

It will not be possible for citizens to be biometrically categorized with the aim of inferring their political views, race or, for example, religious beliefs and sexual orientation. In the same way, it will not be possible, with very few exceptions, to use artificial intelligence systems in the workplace or in educational institutions for discerning emotions, Barto added in the press release, noting that the rules should apply until the end of the year.

According to Barto, the agreement sets the skills for training artificial intelligence so that it is a good servant, not a poor master. According to him, the final form of the agreement is not quite perfect, but after months of complex negotiations, it is a compromise.

France, along with Germany and Austria, have been trying to reopen the pelom rules in recent weeks. According to him, however, both countries managed to reach a consensus and eventually agreed to the text, wrote the Brussels website Politico. Even the negotiations between the representatives of the EU institutions were not easy, the positions of the European Parliament and the Polish states were initially quite different.

Now it’s up to the scholars and linguists to so-called find out the text. Then they will vote on the proposal in the last parliamentary committee, at least on November 13, and it will be approved at the EP plenary session, probably in April.

The article is in Czech

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