CCIA Cosigns Letter On EU Artificial Intelligence Act

BY Heather Greenfield
October 4, 2021

Brussels, BELGIUM — CCIA joined nine other associations in a joint industry letter on the EU’s AI proposal. The letter offers recommendations so companies can comply with the goals of the proposal and asks to better distribute of the roles and responsibilities between users and developers of high risk AI systems and for a narrower definition of AI and legal requirements that are feasible.

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