European Parliament approves legislation to regulate AI use across the EU

The European Parliament has voted in favour of the Artificial Intelligence Act, which aims to regulate AI use in the European Union. The act introduces a tiered system for AI regulation based on perceived risk levels. It prohibits certain applications of the technology, such as biometric categorization systems and emotion recognition in workplaces and schools, while creating a comprehensive regulatory framework for high-risk systems. The legislation requires clear labeling of artificial or manipulated images, audio, or video content and establishes an EU AI office to oversee implementation and enforcement. Experts advise AI system operators to align their practices with the forthcoming EU law.

Source: Australian Lawyer






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