Tag: Europe
Gregor Strojin: «Regulation should not inhibit technological development, but address its effects»
During its meeting in September 2019, the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe set up an Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Intelligence – CAHAI. The main task of the Committee, which held its first plenary meeting in November, is to examine the feasibility and potential elements of a legal framework for the development, design and application of artificial intelligence, based on the of broad multi-stakeholder consultations and Council of Europe’s standards on human rights, democracy and the rule of law. Gregor Strojin, President of the CAHAI, in his interview to RAPSI provides insight on the approach of the Council of Europe to regulation of artificial intelligence and the existing difficulties.