Share This Article
Dan Nechita discusses with me, Giulio Coraggio, the exciting 36 hours of approval of the AI Act, what has been done later on and the final text of the first legislation in the world on artificial intelligence.
In our latest “Diritto al Digitale” podcast episode, we’re thrilled to host Dan Nechita, Head of Cabinet for MEP Dragos Tudorache, the co-rapporteur of the EU AI Act. We dive into the European Union’s AI Act, discussing its development, impact on innovation, obligations for AI system providers and deployers, and its implementation timeline.
Dan Nechita shares insights into the AI Act’s negotiation process, highlighting the challenges and collaborative efforts to balance innovation with ethical AI use. We then debate if the AI Act’s strict rules for high-risk and GPAI AI systems might hinder EU innovation, and Dan provides a perspective on balancing regulation with technological growth. The conversation turns to the practical aspects of the AI Act, discussing the expected real-world impact of the obligations placed on AI system providers and deployers. We conclude with Dan clarifying the implementation phases of the AI Act, addressing the confusion surrounding the enforcement timeline of its various sections.
You can watch the podcast below:
On a similar topic, you can read the article “AI Act Finalized: Here Is What Has Been Agreed“.