Opinion & Analysis

What’s in a name? Getting the definition of Artificial Intelligence right in the EU’s AI Act

Andrea Renda / Alex Engler

One of the most significant pieces of EU legislation that will be finalised over the coming months is the AI Act, which is still a source of heated debate among policymakers and stakeholders. One of the key issues being discussed is how the Act should define Artificial Intelligence. In this short CEPS Explainer, Andrea Renda and Alex Engler argue in favour of a broader definition of AI, with a high degree of autonomy given to a dedicated AI Office to tailor the Act’s application to the specificities of algorithms in individual sectors and use cases.

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