Shaping the Future of AI: A Deep Dive into the EU's AI Act


When was adopted?

In June 2023, the European Union introduced the AI Act EU (Artificial Intelligence Act), the first comprehensive legislation aimed at regulating artificial intelligence. This act establishes a framework for the safe and ethical development and use of AI technologies, marking a significant step towards a controlled and secure digital future.

What is EU AI Act

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The EU AI Act is a legislative framework designed to regulate AI systems based on their potential risk to individuals and society. It categorizes AI applications into three risk levels: unacceptable, high, and low or minimal risk.

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This categorization helps tailor specific regulations to ensure safety and ethical use. The act includes requirements for transparency, accountability, and safety, ensuring that AI technologies operate within clear ethical and legal boundaries.

Why Does the EU AI Act Matter

The Artificial Intelligence Act is crucial due to the increasing integration of AI in daily life, raising concerns about privacy, security, and ethics. By setting standards and guidelines for responsible AI development, the act aims to mitigate these risks, safeguarding fundamental rights and promoting public trust in AI technologies. The AI Act promotes:

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Ethical AI Development

The AI act emphasizes human oversight, fairness, and accountability throughout the AI development lifecycle. Developers are encouraged to prioritize human rights, non-discrimination, and explainability in their creations

Transparency and User Control

The "black box" phenomenon, where AI decisions seem unexplainable, is tackled through transparency requirements.

Users deserve to understand how AI systems reach conclusions, particularly when those conclusions impact their lives. The Act empowers users with the right to access information about AI-driven decisions and potentially contest them.

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Safety and Security by Design

The EU recognizes the potential risks posed by certain AI applications, such as those related to facial recognition or autonomous vehicles. The Act demands robust risk assessments and rigorous security measures for high-risk applications, ensuring they function safely and reliably.

The EU Artificial Intelligence Act categorizes AI applications based on their potential risk profile, creating a clear roadmap for developer

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Prohibited AI: Applications deemed a clear threat to fundamental rights, safety, or livelihoods are strictly forbidden. Think social manipulation tools or autonomous weapons.

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High-Risk AI: Strict regulations apply to high-risk applications, such as those used in credit scoring, recruitment, or critical infrastructure management. These applications require rigorous risk assessments, human oversight, and robust data management practices to mitigate potential harm.

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Limited Risk AI: AI applications with minimal risk, like those used in spam filters or chatbots, face less stringent regulations. However, developers still need to comply with transparency and data protection requirements.

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Minimal Risk AI: Low-risk AI applications, like weather forecasting or personalized recommendations, face minimal regulations. However, responsible development practices are still encouraged.

AI and Misinformation: How Osavul Can Help

Osavul recognizes the transformative potential of AI and disinformation it could create in the wrong hands. Our suite of AI-powered solutions can be instrumental in helping developers comply with the EU Artificial Intelligence Act and create trustworthy AI systems.

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AI Bias Detection

 To fight against disinformation, Osavul's team uses AI bias detection tools that help developers identify and mitigate bias in their AI models. This ensures fair and ethical AI development, perfectly aligning with the EU AI Act's emphasis on non-discrimination.

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CIB Guard

Designed to detect and analyze Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior (CIB) on social media platforms, CIB Guard identifies AI-driven disinformation and manipulation efforts. This aligns with high-risk AI regulations, providing necessary insights and actions (ex: sanctions for disinformation) to counteract harmful AI activities.

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Osavul’s monitoring tools offer real-time analysis of AI systems, ensuring continuous compliance with regulatory standards. By providing detailed insights and alerts, these tools help organizations maintain transparency and accountability, which is essential for adhering to the EU Artificial Intelligence Act.

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