The correct qualification, especially between provider and deployer under the EU AI Act, brings a load of obligations and responsibilities, and in some cases, the line between the two roles might be blurred.
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.
The debate between AI memorization versus learning of intellectual property-protected works is likely to be one of the main legal challenges of 2024 with their increased exploitation by generative artificial intelligence systems.
Cyber risk, heightened by the advancement of artificial intelligence and the conflicts in Ukraine and Israel, escalates during the holiday season when businesses are typically less protected. To delve deeper into this issue, we spoke with Ron Plesco, a partner at DLA Piper and a renowned leader in the industry.
Just a few days after the provisional agreement on the EU AI Act, policymakers reached a landmark agreement updating the Product Liability Directive which now also covers liability deriving from artificial intelligence.
The CJEU took a rigid position on the potential violation of the GDPR by credit scoring systems that might have impacts on banks, even in the light of the upcoming EU AI Act on artificial intelligence.
The European Union has made a momentous decision when it approved the AI Act, the first legislation to regulate the much-discussed artificial intelligence (AI) that promises to revolutionize our lives.