The EU AI Act is the first comprehensive regulation of AI in the world with a significant impact on all uses of AI. It is anticipated to enter into law by 2025 at the earliest.
The EU AI Act applies to users and providers of AI systems that are active in the EU market. Organisations developing AI systems must comply with the EU AI Act or pull out of the EU entirely.
AI systems are classified into four categories depending on the perceived risk: (1) Unacceptable risk systems are banned, (2) high-risk systems are subject to requirements of traceability, transparency and robustness, whereas (3) low-risk systems require transparency from the supplier and (4) minimal risk systems do not have particular requirements.
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