Responsible artificial intelligence : can Europe be a global leader?
The State of the Union Conference, 2023, Building Europe in times of uncertainty, Institutional Programme
DIGNUM, Virginia, LECLERC, Jean-Marc, WACHTER, Sandra, moderated by CALVIÑO, Nadia, PETIT, Nicolas, Responsible artificial intelligence : can Europe be a global leader?, The State of the Union Conference, 2023, Building Europe in times of uncertainty, Institutional Programme - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/75643
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The EU has been among the first countries in the world to state its intention to regulate certain uses of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The proposed EU AI Act, presented in April 2021, is however still being discussed by EU co-legislators, and is likely to enter into force only in 2025. Meanwhile, new policy frameworks are being adopted in the U.S., as well as in the UK, China and in Canada; at the international level, the OECD, the Global Partnership for AI (GPAI) and UNESCO promote in various ways convergence on the responsible development of AI. In December 2022, during the Ministerial of the Trade and Technology Council, the U.S. and the EU announced an ambitious joint roadmap for trustworthy AI and risk management, which promises to become a blueprint for broader international convergence. Will the EU get its act together on the AI Act, in time to exert its influence on future international rules for AI?
This contribution was delivered on 4 May 2023 on the occasion of the hybrid 2023 edition of EUI State of the Union on 'Building Europe in times of uncertaintly'
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Series/Number: The State of the Union Conference; 2023; Building Europe in times of uncertainty; Institutional Programme
Publisher: European University Institute
Keyword(s): The digital and tech transition
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