AI Regulations Developing Around the World
AI is in the sights of regulators around the world, with major and diverse new legislation on AI rules being brought forward in the EU, USA, and China, amongst others. Individual countries have also brought in regulation of specific AI tools in response to the recent rapid development of Large Language Models.
TrainDL – How well are AI and data literacy education embedded in policy?
Take a look at an overview of policies on data literacy and AI education in three European countries! TrainDL is a European education policy project, whose central goal is to provide evidence-based recommendations for the structural implementation of data literacy and AI skills in curricula and education systems across Europe.
EU project for AI uptake towards 2030
The Artificial Intelligence Skills Alliance (ARISA) aims to support a better understanding and uptake of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in business and policy contexts in Europe. The project is supported by 16 full partner organisations as well as four associated partners, including ITPE, and will continue until 2025 and beyond.
Irish team to develop bias detection techniques
Researchers of Artificial Intelligence (AI) at ‘Insight’, a Science Foundation Ireland research centre for data analytics, together with customer experience firm Genesys, are developing techniques for bias detection in machine learning.
AIDA-committee finalises report on AI in the digital age
The European Parliament’s Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence in a Digital Age (AIDA) has finalised its report on AI in a digital age.
‘Ethics as a Service’ – bringing Ethical AI from principle to practice
A group of researchers have recently coined the term ‘Ethics as a Service’. The term means the provision of ethical assistance, advice or guidance into AI development, use and design.
Cedefop releases new call for tender on AI
Cedefop has launched a new call for tender on the ‘Impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on in-work learning of EU enterprises’.
New Master in AI for public services launched
A Master in Artificial Intelligence for Public Services (AI4Gov) has been launched as a new higher education programme funded by the European Union, and developed by four leading European universities in the fields of digital, technology, and engineering science.
143 cases of AI usage available as open data
143 artificial intelligence (AI) cases in the public sector are available as open data. The dataset consists of selected cases, taken from the public sector institutions in Europe, on adopting and implementing AI.
Report on National Strategies on AI
A new report from the European Commission, titled “National Strategies on Artificial Intelligence: A European Perspective”, was presented during a joint webinar with the OECD that took place on 25 June. It assesses the national strategies on Artificial Intelligence (AI) of all EU countries, as well as Norway and Switzerland. It highlights progress in AI developments and proposes additional measures that an EU Members State can take.