AI-Act agreement

From an unknown tool to a famous AI wonder model: ChatGPT. Everything seems possible with AI and ‘privacy’ is a major issue. The European AI Act ensures safety & compliance with fundamental rights, while boosting innovation. This means clear rules within our area of service. What does this mean in a nutshell?

  • Banned applications: Certain AI applications that threaten citizens’ rights, such as creation of facial recognition databases by using CCTV footage or images from the internet for example.
  • Law enforcement exemptions: The use of Remote Biometric Identification (RBI) by law enforcement agencies is prohibited in principle. “Real-time” RBI can only be deployed if strict safeguards are met, such as targeted searches for a missing person or preventing a terrorist attack.
  • Obligations for high-risk systems: Citizens have the right to file complaints about AI systems that affect their rights.
  • Measures to support innovation and SMEs: Real-world testing will have to be established on a national level to develop and train AI before its placement on the market.
  • Transparency requirements: General-purpose AI (GPAI) systems must meet certain requirements, including compliance with EU copyright law. Additionally, “deepfakes” need to be clearly labeled. Below you can find an amusing example 😉

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