SEP 29, 2022 | EUROPEAN UNION
EU to Tighten Liability Rules for AI Tech
AI Business, September 29, 2022
By Ben Wodecki
BSA’s Matteo Quattrocchi’s statement on the AI Liability Directive suggests that lawmakers should adopt a risk-based approach to AI liability.
While welcoming the effort to harmonize rules across the bloc, Matteo Quattrocchi, policy director at BSA | The Software Alliance, said that policymakers should “clarify the allocation of responsibility along the AI value chain to make sure that responsibilities for compliance and liability are assigned to the entities best placed to mitigate harms and risks.”
Original Posting: https://aibusiness.com/document.asp?doc_id=780748
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