The Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law - November/December 2021
Karen Neuman and members of Dechert’s global Privacy & Cybersecurity team published two articles in The Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law’s November/December 2021 issue on the European Commission’s proposed regulation on artificial intelligence.
European Commission Proposes Regulation on Artificial Intelligence
This article summarizes key provisions of the European Commission’s proposed regulation on artificial intelligence and offers some practical takeaways and strategic considerations for impacted organizations. Given heightened interest in AI by EU and U.S. authorities, companies will want to consider the impacts now of the proposed regulation to be well positioned—and competitive—in the regulatory environment.
European Commission’s Proposed Regulation on Artificial Intelligence: Requirements for High-Risk AI Systems
This article describes “high-risk” artificial intelligence (“AI”) systems under an AI regulation proposed by the European Commission, summarizes key requirements for these systems, discusses corresponding obligations for providers of high-risk AI, and identifies some strategic considerations for providers and other impacted organizations.