Acting as developers, deployers or users of AI systems, EUTA members rely on AI to better serve their customers and improve their operations in many ways.
The EUTA welcomes the Commission’s risk-based approach to regulating AI, where transparency requirements apply to some specific AI use cases and additional obligations apply only to AI systems that present the highest risks. The EUTA agrees that this approach strikes the right balance between the protection of the EU’s fundamental values and the need to promote EU innovation in this field. It also fosters public trust that is instrumental to the development of AI in Europe.
The EUTA strongly believes that this balance must be maintained during the legislative process to ensure that EU tech companies continue to innovate and remain competitive at the global level. With this in mind, we have set out some key recommendations below for the rapporteurs of the European Parliament to take into consideration.
Read our full position here.
About the EUTA
The European Tech Alliance (EUTA) brings together and gives voice to the most exciting homegrown European tech companies across business models, member states and sectors.
Our objective is to create a better future for Europe through technology and based on shared EU values: we aim to contribute to our local economies and build a sustainable, greener, innovative and inclusive Europe for future generations.
Our track record of success highlights the recent growth and potential of the EU’s digital economy. With the right legal framework and policies that enable innovation and fair competition for all players, Europe can continue to prosper and produce more global European digital champions in the future.