Join Sidley and OneTrust DataGuidance for a reactionary webinar to unpack the recently published, near-final text of the EU AI Act. This discussion will be driven by industry experts who will cover initial reactions to the text of the EU AI Act following finalization by EU legislators and examine the key points in the AI Act that businesses need to understand.
The EU AI Act will be the first standalone piece of legislation worldwide regulating the use of AI and will form a key consideration in AI governance programs. The AI Act will have a significant impact on many organizations, with failure to comply potentially leading to fines of up to 7% of annual worldwide turnover.
Key topics will include:
An overview of the key points that businesses need to understand from the text of the EU AI Act
How the EU AI Act regulates foundation, generative and general-purpose (incl. high-impact) AI systems
How the approach taken in the EU AI Act relates to other global AI frameworks and regulatory approaches such as the U.S. Executive Order on AI and other EU new Digital Data Laws
What are the practical next steps for businesses to take to be ready for the AI Act and by when
Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel
Head Policies & Governance Data Privacy, Digital & AI Compliance (DPDAI)
William RM Long
Sidley Austin LLP
Senior Managing Associate
Sidley Austin LLP
Director EU Affairs in the Government and Regulatory Affairs
Head of Office and Digital Policy Adviser for MEP Axel Voss
Building your AI inventory: Strategies for evolving privacy and risk management programs
In this webinar, we’ll talk about setting up an AI registry, assessing AI systems and their components for risk, and unpack strategies to avoid the pitfalls of repurposing records of processing to manage AI systems and address their unique risks.
With the use of AI proliferating at an exponential rate, the EU is in the process of rolling out a comprehensive, industry-agnostic regulation that looks to minimize AI’s risk while maximizing its potential.
EU AIA Conformity Assessment: A step-by-step guide
A Conformity Assessment is the process of verifying and/or demonstrating that a “high- risk AI system” complies with the requirements of the EU AI Act. Download the infographic for a step-by-step guide to perform one.
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