10 September 2020 EBF_042415 EBF response to the European Proposal for a legal act of requirements for Artificial The responses to the different elements in the IIA complement the EBF's Commission Inception Impact Assessment on the European Parliament and the Council laying down Intelligence (EBF) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the on its Inception Impact Assessment (IIA) o Response to the European Commission's Inception Impact Assessment on Artificial Intelligence In its response to the European Commission, Science Europe highlights that future EU legislation on AI needs to strike the right balance between safeguards for users and developers of AI systems, and a legal environment that fosters R&I
Lastly, on 23 July, the European Commission launched the Inception Impact Assessment (IIA) on the Proposal for a legal act of the European Parliament and the Council laying down requirements for.. 1 European Commission, White Paper on Artificial Intelligence - A European approach to excellence and trust, COM(2020) 65 final, 19 February 2020. European Commission, Inception Impact Assessment on a Proposal for a legal act of the European Parliament and the Council laying down requirements for Artificial. EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, 21.4.2021 SWD(2021) 84 final PART 2/2 COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT ANNEXES Accompanying the Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council LAYING DOWN HARMONISED RULES ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ACT) AND AMENDING CERTAIN UNIO BRUSSELS - In comments submitted today to the European Commission's Inception Impact Assessment (IIA) on Requirements for Artificial Intelligence (AI), global tech trade association ITI highlighted the importance of taking a context-specific and risk-based approach to AI policy to develop a balanced framework that addresses any unintended risks that AI may pose while still promoting.
Impact Assessment of the Regulation on Artificial intelligence. Policy and legislation | 21 April 2021. Impact Assessment of the Regulation on Artificial intelligence. PDF; Last update. 26 May 2021. Shaping Europe's digital future. This site is managed by the Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology. Contact us. Contact DG CONNECT; Follow us @DigitalEU on. Inception Impact Assessment for AI Legislation: and calls for the establishment of a European Agency for Artificial Intelligence and a European certification of ethical compliance. The liability report contains proposals for a civil liability regime with a compensation system of up to 2 million euros. The reports are set to be voted upon by the plenary in October 2020, and. Assessment List for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence. On July 17, 2020, the European High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG) presented its final Assessment List for. This report is published in the context of AI Watch, the European Commission knowledge service to monitor the development, uptake and impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Europe, launched in December 2018. AI has become an area of strategic importance with potential to be a key driver of economic development. A European Commission launches work on digital levy version 2.0. The European Commission kicked off its work on a new European digital levy by publishing an inception impact assessment on Thursday 14 January. The legislative proposal, expected in the second quarter of 2021, should contribute in particular to the reimbursement of the post-Covid-19.
Response to the European Commission's Inception Impact Assessment Legislative Framework for the Governance of Common European Data Spaces June 14, 2020 Response to the European Commission's Consultation on the White Paper on Artificial Intelligence The Center for Data Innovation submitted feedback to the European Commission's roadmap titled Inception Impact Assessment for Revision of the eIDAS Regulation - European Digital Identity (EUid).. In 2014, the EU adopted the eIDAS (electronic identification, authentication, and trust services) regulation to establish a cross-border framework for electronic IDs (eIDs) and electronic. European Commission, Inception impact assessment on the Data Act, May 2021, European Parliament, A European strategy for data, 2020/2217(INI) European Commission, Data sharing in the EU - common European data spaces (new rules), Feedback period; European Commission, Communication on a European strategy for data, COM(2020) 6 Simon Reader, Senior Policy Officer, discusses some of the key considerations for organisations undertaking data protection impact assessments for Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems. 23 October 2019. This post is part of our ongoing Call for Input on developing the ICO framework for auditing AI . Continuing our engagement in this area, and following the earlier consultation on the AI White Paper, COCIR is pleased to share its experience and expertise on the use of AI within healthcare. COCIR and its members.
The Impact Assessment report was reviewed by the Regulatory Scrutiny Board. Based on the Board's recommendations, the Impact Assessment has been revised to take into account the following comments: 1 European Commission, White Paper on Artificial Intelligence - A European approach to excellence and trust, COM(2020) 65 final, 2020 Response to the European Commission's Inception Impact Assessment for Clarifying Responsibilities for Digital Services by Daniel Castro June 30, 2020. by Daniel Castro and Eline Chivot June 30, 2020. The Center for Data Innovation submitted feedback to the European Commission's roadmap titled Digital Services Act package: Deepening the internal market and clarifying.
The Center for Data Innovation submitted a response to the public consultation of the European Commission on the White Paper on Artificial Intelligence—A European Approach.The Commission's white paper outlines policy options for the EU to promote AI adoption while addressing risks associated with the technology A. European Commission's AI White Paper Consultation and Inception Impact Assessment C. European Commission's Assessment List for Trustworthy AI. As we noted in our 2019 Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Annual Legal Review, in April 2019, the EC released a report from its High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG): the EU Ethics. The Commission has published its inception impact assessment on the forthcoming Data Act, on which interested stakeholders can submit comments until 25 June 2021. In parallel, the Commission has launched a public consultation for the legislative initiative, to be conducted by an online questionnaire, with a deadline of 3 September 2021 MedTech Europe Response to the Inception Impact Assessment on the Proposal for a Legal Act with Requirements for Artificial Intelligence. This document is in response to the public consultation on the roadmap for artificial intelligence (AI) by DG CNECT, Unit A2, and addresses directly the Inception impact assessment document Ares (2020. Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data, and Robotics are examples of areas where Europe needs a comprehensive plan to maintain a global lead - in business... read more . April 2021 | Robotics European Commission's Proposal for AI Regulations The Commission presented its proposal for AI regulations on 21 April 2021 aiming to turn Europe into the global hub for trustworthy Artificial Intelligence.
The European Commission, as part of the launch of its digital strategy for the next five years, published on 19 February 2020 a White Paper On Artificial Intelligence - A European approach to excellence and trust (the White Paper). (See our previous blog here for a summary of all four of the main papers published Continue Readin The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Learning, Teaching, and Education Policies for the future Author: entitled Artificial Intelligence: A European perspective, will be released soon under the label of JRC flagship reports, providing an overall assessment of opportunities and challenges of AI from a European outlook, and supporting the development of European action in the global AI. European Commission position 1.3. However, it considers the focus on mere data-driven AI too narrow to make the EU a true leader in cutting-edge, trustworthy and competitive AI. The EESC urges the Commission to also promote a new generation of AI systems that are knowledge-driven and reasoning-based, and that uphold human values and principles. In its 'White paper on Artificial Intelligence. Miscellaneous - Commission_Inception_impact_assessment - Inception impact assessment. 7. The role of EU delegations in implementation of trade agreements and legislation• Exchange of views with Denis Redonnet, Chief Trade Enforcement Officer * * * *** Voting time *** 8. EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030: Bringing nature back into our lives. INTA/9/04942. 2020/2273(INI) Rapporteur for the.
Indeed, [t]he Commission's 2020 Inception Impact Assessment to the Artificial Intelligence White Paper included legal options on biometrics showing that regulating the matter is within the Commission's competences as defined by the Treaties. However, the authors of the civil society initiative fear that it is still unclear if the legal options found in this White Paper will be enough. The European Council invited the Commission to put forward a European approach to artificial intelligence by early 2018 and called on the Commission to put forward the necessary initiatives for strengthening the framework conditions with a view to enable the EU to explore new markets through risk-based radical innovations and to reaffirm the leading role of its industry. Amendment 8. Proposal.
The Center for Data Innovation submitted feedback to the European Commission's roadmap titled Inception Impact Assessment: Proposal for a legal act of the European Parliament and the Council laying down requirements for Artificial Intelligence. The European Commission's white paper on AI, published in February 2020, argues that AI may. European Commission Proposes New Artificial Intelligence Regulation. On January 6, 2021, the UK's AI Council (an independent government advisory body) published its AI Roadmap (Roadmap). In addition to calling for a Public Interest Data Bill to 'protect against automation and collective harms', the Roadmap acknowledges the need to counteract public suspicion of AI and makes 16. By Daniel Pavin, Sam Jungyun Choi, Anna Oberschelp de Meneses and Jonathan Benjamin on January 25, 2021 Posted in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Digital Health, European Commission, European Union On December 23, 2020, the European Commission (the Commission) published its inception impact assessment (Inception Impact Assessment) of policy options for establishing a European Health. On July 17, 2020, the High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence set up by the European Commission (AI HLEG) published The Assessment List for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (Assessment List). The purpose of the Assessment List is to help companies identify the risks of AI systems they develop, deploy or procure, and implement appropriate measures to mitigate those On December 23, 2020, the European Commission (the Commission) published its inception impact assessment (Inception Impact Assessment) of policy options for establishing a European Health Data Space (EHDS). The Inception Impact Assessment is open for consultation until February 3, 2021, encouraging citizens and stakeholders to provide views on the Commission's.
In April 2021, the European Commission released its proposed Regulation Laying Down Harmonized Rules on Artificial Intelligence (the Regulation), which would establish rules on the development, placing on the market, and use of artificial intelligence systems (AI systems) across the EU. The proposal, comprising 85 articles and nine annexes, is part of a wider package of Commission. For institutionalised partnerships, the Commission has published inception impact assessments to inform citizens and stakeholders about the Commission's plans. An open public consultation covering all institutionalised partnerships candidates based on Articles 185 and 187 was carried out between September and November 2019. The full impact assessments will be published at the time that the. In line with this, on the 8th of April 2019, the European Commission's High-level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG), published the Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI. ., and Wavestone
- includes an impact assessment clearly defining the regulatory gaps that it intends to fill. The Commission White Paper 'On Artificial Intelligence- A European approach to excellence and trust'4 ('the White Paper') is part of the initiative No. 10 ('A European Approach to AI') and falls under the 'Chapter' 'A Europe Fit for the Digital Age' of the Commission Work. The Commission received two responses on the inception impact assessment, where respondents addressed specific aspects related to their area of activity. Member States expressed in the EGBPI meeting organized on 18 May 2020 high support for strengthening the digital operational resilience of the financial sector through the actions envisaged along the four elements outlined by the Commission The European Commission's (EC) proposed Artificial Intelligence (AI) regulation - a much-awaited piece of legislation - is out. While this text must still go through consultations within the EU before its adoption, the proposal already provides a good sense of how the EU considers the development of AI within the years to come: by following a risk-based approach to regulation assessment list for trustworthy ai (altai) 0 . independent high-level expert group on. artificial intelligence. set up by the european commission. deliverable 4 . sectoral considerations on the policy and investment recommendations for trustworthy artificial intelligence AI Watch monitors. industrial, technological and research capacity, policy initiatives in the Member States, uptake and technical developments of Artificial Intelligence and its impact in the economy, society and public services. It provides a number of analyses necessary to monitor and facilitate the implementation of the European Strategy for AI
Welcome to the ALTAI portal! The Assessment List for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (ALTAI), is a practical tool that helps business and organisations to self-assess the trustworthiness of their AI systems under development.. The concept of Trustworthy AI was introduced by the High-Level Expert Group on AI (AI HLEG) in the Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (AI) and. Submission of a position paper in the course of the European Commission's consultation on the inception impact assessment of regulating AI as part of the initiative Artificial Intelligence - Ethical and Legal Requirements Published 10 August 2020. The author's submission in the course of the European Commissions' consultation on the inception impact assessment as part of the. On 6 May 2021, the European Commission In the coming weeks, the Commission should publish its inception impact assessment, which will set out more concretely the policy options for a revision of the rules, and stakeholders will be given the opportunity to provide comments. The Commission is currently intending to publish a draft of the revised rules for stakeholder comments at the start of.
. As the Commission has stated, Artificial intelligence (AI) is a fast-evolving and strategic technology with tremendous opportunities. However, some of its uses pose specific significant risks to the application of various EU rules designed to protect fundamental rights, ensure safety. AI Inception Impact Assessement of the European Commission Publikationen zum Thema Artificial Intelligence; Art Titel; 05.02.2021 - Sonstiges Maschinelles Lernen 2021: Als PDF herunterladen : 22.12.2020 - Sonstiges Artificial Intelligence in Technical Translation : Als PDF herunterladen: 16.11.2020 - Leitfaden KI in Infrastrukturprojekten: Als PDF herunterladen: 05.10.2020 - Leitfaden. Takes note of the Commission's White Paper of 19 February 2020 on Artificial Intelligence and regrets that military aspects were not taken into account; calls on the Commission and on the HR/VP to present, also as part of an overall approach, a sectorial AI strategy for defence-related activities within the Union framework, that ensures both respect for citizens' rights and the Union's. This report examines copyright and patent protection in Europe for AI-assisted outputs in general and in three priority domains: science (in particular, meteorology), media (journalism), and pharmaceutical research. It comprises an assessment of the state of the art of uses of AI in the three focus areas, and a legal analysis of how IP laws currently apply to AI-assisted creative and. Artificial intelligence (AI) is a reality and has woven its way into everyday life: navigation systems, spam filters, weather forecasts to name but a few. There have been significant advancements in the field of machine learning, a subset of AI. The machines learn due to the complex algorithms that allow them to analyse huge data sets and make.
Artificial Intelligence' of February 202012, the Council Conclusions 'Shaping Europe's Digital Future' of June 202013, as well as the proposal for a Regulation laying down harmonised rules on artificial intelligence (Artificial Intelligence Act)14 of April 2021. 8 8648/19 + ADD 1 9 Page 4, first paragraph 10 8507/18 + ADD The European Commission is about to release an important policy package, which will include a proposal for a Regulation on a European Approach for Artificial intelligence. This will be the first attempt to define a comprehensive regulatory framework for AI, dealing with essential aspects such as the definition of high-risk applications, regulatory obligations for providers of AI systems.
ANEC replies to the European Commission Consultation on Inception Impact Assessment: Proposal for a legal act of the European Parliament and the Council laying down requirements for Artificial Intelligence digital society DOWNLOAD THE PDF ; Share this page. Follow us on Facebook ; Follow us on Twitter ; Linkedin; Google+; Email; Subscribe for Newsletter. ANEC Newsletter. EC High Level. The European Commission is in the process of carrying out an impact assessment initiative aimed at addressing the ethical and legal issues raised by AI for the purpose of considering appropriate.
Two events are programmed for 2021 organized in association with the upcoming EU Presidencies: Lisbon (14, 15 & 16 April 2021) and Ljubljana (8, 9 & 10 September 2021) Post-Covid recovery, global fragmentation, AML, ESG, the Digital Finance Strategy, the digital Euro will be on the agenda among other topics Digital Health. Digital technologies have transformed our lives. From entertainment and communication to travel and banking, digital disruption has delivered efficiency, transparency and convenience. Now the data-driven revolution is beginning to transform healthcare. By realising the potential of digital health, we can accelerate the shift.
On May 3, 2021, the European Commission (the Commission) opened a further public consultation (Consultation) on the European Health Data Space (EHDS). This follows a consultation earlier in the year, on the Commission's Inception Impact Assessment in relation to the EHDS The European Commission is inviting comments on the inception impact assessment of the review of the Horizontal Block Exemption Regulations, which exempt certain research and development (R&D) and specialisation agreements from EU rules that prohibit horizontal anticompetitive agreements between companies.After concluding the evaluation of the existing rules with the publication of a Staff. Bearing in mind the relevant provisions in the Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context, done at Espoo, Finland, on 25 February 1991, and the Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents and the Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes, both done at Helsinki on 17 March 1992, and other regional. Artificial intelligence (AI) already plays a role in deciding what unemployment benefits someone gets, where a burglary is likely to take place, whether someone is at risk of cancer, or who sees that catchy advertisement for low mortgage rates. Its use keeps growing, presenting seemingly endless possibilities. But we need to make sure to fully uphold fundamental rights standards when using AI.
On 6 January 2020, the European Commission (EC) published an inception impact assessment that invites comments on the scope of application of EU competition law to collective bargaining agreements for the self-employed.. The EC will launch in the first half of 2021 a more detailed public consultation, with a view to the possible adoption of a Council Regulation or an EC Communication in the. Artificial Intelligence technologies carrying a high-risk of abuse that could potentially lead to an erosion of fundamental rights will be subjected to a series of new requirements, the European. In the development of governmental policy for artificial intelligence (AI) that is informed by ethics, one avenue currently pursued is that of drawing on AI Ethics Principles. However, these AI Ethics Principles often fail to be actioned in governmental policy. This paper proposes a novel framework for the development of 'Actionable Principles for AI' Inception Impact Assessment on the Non-Financial Reporting Directive: EBF response. EBF advisor: Denisa Avermaete k Publication date: 2 March 2020 k Key points: The NFRD should take the form of a Regulation, to ensure harmonization and efficiency. An EU minimum reporting standard on the key data points and KPIs that are necessary to apply the taxonomy and the sustainability disclosures. Ycan read more on this in ALLAI's feedback to the Commission's Inception Impact Assessment on AI). AI and human rights, democracy and the rule of law . They also discussed the broad impact of AI on human rights, democracy and the rule of law, as described in Catelijne's report for the Council of Europe. This impact goes well beyond (data)privacy and non-discrimination and affects our.