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Embrace artificial intelligence and prepare for EU AI Act compliance

Support business innovation and demonstrate accountability for the European Union’s Artificial Intelligence Act (EU AI Act) regulatory requirements with our AI Governance technology.

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Prepare for the EU AI Act

The EU AI Act is the world's first comprehensive law on AI. We’ll help you prepare by extending your data governance, privacy, and security programs into your use of AI.

Deployers gain visibility into the risk and opportunity of AI systems in use or in the procurement process while providers can centrally manage AI systems, machine learning models, and training data sets.

This is an example of OneTrust's AI system registration feature in compliance with the EU AI Act .

Assess and classify AI systems against EU AI Act requirements and streamline third-party AI evaluation. 

This is an example of OneTrust's streamlined risk classification workflow used to comply with the EU AI Act.

Manage documentation and policies to translate them into technical controls. Trigger notifications, user tasks, and application updates with ease. 

This is an example of OneTrust's EU AI Act policy enforcement abilities.

Identify risk in training data sets and de-risk inputs. Effectively protect and govern data in the ML pipeline through automated policy enforcement and remediation actions.

This is an example of OneTrust's data governance abilities in compliance with the EU AI Act.

Generate reports, dashboards, AI impact and conformity assessments, and model cards for internal and external stakeholders.

This is an example of OneTrust's AI impact workflow to demonstrate accountability, transparency, and compliance with the EU AI Act.

August 06, 2024

AI Governance in action: A live demo

Whether your AI is sourced from vendors and third parties or developed in-house, AI Governance supports informed decision-making and helps build trust in the responsible use of AI. Join the live demo webinar to watch OneTrust AI Governance in action.


We’re here to share what we know about the European Commission’s Artificial Intelligence Act and help your business prepare by applying AI governance and appropriate data safeguards. Explore answers to frequently asked questions below.

Acknowledging the increasing use of AI models, chatbots, and all types of generative AI, the European Commission introduced the EU AI Act as the first comprehensive AI regulation to govern the development and use of artificial intelligence in the EU.  


The EU’s Artificial Intelligence Act (EU AI Act) provides an AI legal framework that embraces an industry-agnostic perspective, a general approach, and is meticulously designed with nearly a hundred articles.  


Learn more about the EU AI Act 

The EU AI Act defines multiple levels of permissible risk for AI – high risk, limited risk, and minimal risk. High-risk AI systems pose significant risks to the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals or whole groups thereof. If an organization's risk level is greater than “limited risk,” such as “unacceptable risk,” it must undergo a conformity assessment and/or adjust AI models accordingly to be made available as a service or used.  


In addition to defining risk levels, the EU AI Act specifies expectations of the following groups that interact with AI: 


  • Providers – those who build AI systems to place them on the market.  
  • Deployers – those who incorporate AI systems into their products or services 
  • Users – those affected by the decisions of AI systems 

Similar to the GDPR, the AI Act has extremely broad coverage. It intends to cover the processing of personal data through 'partially or solely automated means', including any AI system.  

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