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The AI Act Should Be Technology-Neutral

by Patrick Grady
A document with a gear sits in the middle of the European Union stars.

The EU aims to implement the world’s first artificial intelligence (AI) regulation, the Artificial Intelligence Act, intended to allow people and businesses “to enjoy the benefits of AI while feeling safe and protected.” Unfortunately, the AI Act’s broad definition of AI penalizes technologies that do not pose novel risks. To resolve this, policymakers should revise the definition of AI to only apply to specific AI approaches that create significant challenges.

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