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Artificial Intelligence Act: compliance, risks and opportunities

Tues 12 November 2024

09h00 11h00

Arendt House41A, Avenue John F. Kennedy
L-2082 Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Luxembourg

400 €

English

The European Union's AI Act is set to be a game-changer, establishing comprehensive rules to ensure AI systems are safe, trustworthy, and aligned with European values. This training session will provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate this new regulatory environment confidently and leverage AI responsibly and innovatively.

About the training session

Introduction

In an era where artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming industries, understanding the regulatory landscape is crucial for businesses and professionals alike. The European Union’s AI Act is set to be a game-changer, establishing comprehensive rules to ensure AI systems are safe, trustworthy, and aligned with European values. This training session will provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate this new regulatory environment confidently and leverage AI responsibly and innovatively.

Objectives

At the end of the training session you will have:

  • understood the objectives, scope and key provisions of the AI Act;
  • identified risks associated with non-compliance and the ethical and operational risks AI systems may pose;
  • explored how to leverage the AI Act to create opportunities, enhance trust in AI technologies and foster competitive advantages;
  • received practical guidance on integrating the requirements of the AI Act within your organisation.

Content

  1. The key elements of the AI act
  1. Scope
  2. Main principles and definitions
  3. Risk-based approach and GPAI
  4. Governance
  • Obligations throughout the value chain, particularly for deployers (users) and governance
  1. Compliance with requirements of AI Act
  2.  AI governance depending on the risk of the AI-system
  3. Review and update of existing documentation (agreements, policies, notices…)

3. Main entanglements of AI with data protection & intellectual property rights

  1. AI & data protection
  2. AI & intellectual property

Target audience

Legal department, compliance officers, members of management bodies or any employee of public or private companies, regardless of their field of activity (including financial institutions), regulated or not regulated, eager to know more about the new AI Act.


For more information please contact us by e-mail at institute@arendt.com