Artificial intelligence

EU rules should leave enough room for EU tech companies to develop and use innovative AI models and systems to compete with global players. Accordingly, initiatives should be risk and problem-based, tailored to the business models and propose proportionate, workable and pragmatic solutions.

EUTA Reacts to the AI Act Trilogue Agreement

European Union negotiators have reached a “provisional political agreement” on the Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA). This compromise between the European Parliament, the European Commission, and the Council of the European Union paves the way for formal adoption of the Regulation.  The AI Act will regulate the most risky artificial intelligence

Position Paper on the Artificial Intelligence Act Ahead of Trilogue Negotiations

The European Tech Alliance (EUTA) fully supports the Artificial Intelligence Act’s (AIA) objective of promoting artificial intelligence (AI) innovation while mitigating the negative impact of “highrisk AI”. EU tech companies should be encouraged to develop and use innovative AI models to compete with global players and foster EU competitiveness. Adopting

How European tech companies are leveraging the power of AI

Brussels, 29 September 2022 – The European Tech Alliance hosted with  MEP Dragoş Tudorache, co-rapporteur on the Artificial Intelligence Act a panel discussion on Artificial Intelligence on Thursday, 29 September 2022 from 15:30 to 18:00 in the European Parliament in Brussels. As European legislators continue to negotiate the upcoming Artificial

European Tech Alliance Position on EP Proposed Amendments on the AI Act

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

Position on the European Commission’s Artificial Intelligence Act proposal

As outlined in our initial reaction to the Commission’s Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA) proposal, we welcome the Commission’s risk-based approach to the future of AI regulation, and we believe that a focus on high-risk AI applications strikes the right balance between safety and innovation. As the EUTA represents a great

AI | EUTA Reaction to Commission’s Artificial Intelligence Act proposal

The European Tech Alliance welcomes the European Commission’s proposed AI Act as a good balance between supporting much needed AI innovation in Europe and having safeguards in place to ensure high safety standards and public trust in AI. We welcome the EU’s leadership in creating an AI regulatory framework while