- EU Artificial Intelligence Act—one year on and further proposed amendments from the Committees on the Internal Market and Civil Liberties
- Defining AI—whose objectives are they anyway?
- Proposed amendment to article 3—Definition of AI
- Risk management systems for High-Risk AI systems
- Who is at risk?
- Proposed amendment to article 9—High-Risk AI Risk Management Systems
- Credit institutions
- Database of public bodies using high-risk AI
- Proposed addition to article 51—Registering High-Risk AI Systems
- Additional High-Risk AI systems
- Enforcement by the EU Commission and additional penalties
TMT analysis: Nearly one year after the European Commission published the draft Regulation of Artificial Intelligence (the AI Act), further amendments have been proposed in the draft report of the Committees on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO), and on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE). This follows reports of the EU Committees (on the Regions, on Culture and Education) and an opinion of the European Central Bank proposing amendments to the AI Act. These proposed amendments are of interest to those who want an insight into how the AI Act may change. Tom Whittaker, senior associate, and Martin Cook, partner, at Burges Salmon consider the proposed amendments by IMCO and LIBE.
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