Following the publication of the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology's (DSIT) white paper for implementing a pro-innovation approach to artificial intelligence (AI) regulation, Mischon de Reya has posted a blog reflecting on the white paper from a corporate perspective.
The post looks at defining AI, highlighting that rigid legal definitions can quickly become outdated. It also points out that AI is already regulated under the NSI Act, while the Data Protection Act 2018 and the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 also deal with AI. Ultimately, however, it will be down to the individual regulators to enforce AI in practice.
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