MEPs tackle enforcement changes to proposed AI Act

22/11/2022 | EURACTIV

European Parliament rapporteurs for the proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act have circulated fresh compromise text that overhauls parts of the bill's enforcement framework. The updates include proposals for unannounced on-site checks of high-risk AI systems, joint investigations for large-scale incidents along with a broader approach to a pan-European database for the aforementioned systems. Additional changes to incident reporting obligations and approach to noncompliance concerning technical documentation were also addressed.

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