UK Introduces Data Reform Bill and Propose AI Regulation Approach

On July 18, 2022, the United Kingdom introduced a number of data reform initiatives aimed at promoting innovation and regulating the use of artificial intelligence. The Data Protection and Digital Information Bill (“DPDI”), which contains measures to “use AI responsibly while reducing compliance burdens on businesses to boost the economy,” is currently facing delays and…

EU Directives on AI Liability and Product Liability

On September 28, 2022, the European Commission (“EC”) published a set of proposals with the goals of giving businesses legal certainty, modernizing, and adapting the existing liability regime of the EU so that it can accommodate AI systems, and harmonizing the national liability rules for AI that each member state has in place. In its…

The EU Council approves its revisions to the draft EU Regulation on Artificial Intelligence

The Council has adopted a common approach to the AI Act. Its goal is to ensure that AI systems sold in the EU are safe and comply with fundamental rights and Union values. The Council of the EU (the Council) approved its revisions to the draft EU Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (“AI Act”) on December…