European Union lawmakers have suggested that a new bundle of proposals may need to be considered to create a more ethical and well-regulated future for the age of AI. The proposals include implementing new rules for high-risk AI systems that allow for traceable and transparent communication. The policies also require companies to use unbiased data to train high-risk systems, adhere to customer protection rules, and consider a voluntary labelling scheme for low-risk applications. Read more here on regulating the landscape, the new objectives for data, trustworthy AI, dealing with demand for data and designing the right data economy.
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2 Apr 2020 02:00
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