The European Union is set to create the world’s first broad standards for regulating or banning certain uses of artificial intelligence in 2023
28 December 2022
By Jeremy Hsu
Margrethe Vestager coordinates EU strategy on artificial intelligencejean-francois badias/ap/shutterstock
The European Union is set to create the world’s first broad standards for regulating artificial intelligence. As well as determining how the technology affects the lives of almost 450 million citizens in the 27 countries of the EU, the rules are likely to influence how AI is used elsewhere in the world.
“The idea is that you have a harmonised system, which is really good,” says Sandra Wachter at the University of Oxford.
The EU is working towards finalising the text of the …