A new edition of #IDDTalks cycle took place this week, but this time, it had as its central axis the bill worked by the European Union, which will regulate Artificial Intelligence uses.
IDDLAC directors, Andrés Piazza and Andrés Sastre, spoke with Gonzalo López Barajas, Head of Public Policy and Internet at Telefónica, who gave a master class on its conception, approach, and scope.
This video is available in Spanish
Wednesday 28th July 2021. A few months ago, the European Union published the Artificial Intelligence Law, a proposal to regulate the uses of AI to adequately address the benefits and risks of this technology for the European community. This draft bill seeks to create a safe space for AI innovation that meets a high level of protection of public interest, security, and fundamental rights and freedoms while creating the conditions for a trusted ecosystem that encourages the adoption of AI services.
The proposal follows a risk-based approach, which means that certain obligations and restrictions will apply depending on the level of risk arising from the use of AI. These levels are developed and explained in detail by Gonzalo López Barajas, during the talk.
The #IDDtalk video is available in Spanish, here