The Governance of AI: The ‘Brussels Effect’ of a Pan-European Framework

The Governance of AI: The ‘Brussels Effect’ of a Pan-European Framework

Leopoldo Biffi, UK & Europe Analyst at Access Partnership, recently spoke with AI Business on the Governance of AI. The development of AI shows massive potential but also poses some critical unanswered questions.

Earlier this year, a panel of distinguished speakers gathered under the auspices of Workday and Forum Europe to discuss the governance of AI and the development of a global eco-system of trust. Panelists discussed, in the first place, Europe’s attempts to set up an AI regulatory framework, the risks and challenges this entails, as well as cooperation opportunities with third states and multilateral fora.

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