Issue: March, 2022
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Welcome readers, to this year’s third issue of Legist.
This March, we would like to abreast you with the new draft regulations issued by the European Union aimed specifically at the use and development of Artificial Intelligence. In our first article, we have brought to you a detailed analysis of the new AI regulations, from the perspective of their scope, necessity and enforcement. Special emphasis has been made on comparing the new regulations with the Silicon Valley Standards. In our second article, we venture out to discuss the impact that these regulations might have over the world of AI and what all prohibitions are put in place to deal with the risks involved in their implementation. The objective being to analyse the transboundary influence it’ll have over AI laws globally.
We hope you find this issue of Legist informative and interesting.
The EU’s New AI Regulations – Direct Challenge To Silicon Valley Standards
Shreya Rai and Rishabh Moon (Research and Editorial)
Prohibition and Impact of European Union’s New Artificial Intelligence Regulations
Vrinda Talwar and Krishna Garg (Research and Editorial)
(4 minutes read)
Even though the EU regulation is not yet in force, it provides a clear insight into the future of AI regulation as a whole, the time to begin understanding its implications and take steps to prepare for them as well as for the regulations are sure to follow. In this article by Vrinda Talwar and Krishna Garg we intend to provide an understanding of all the risks involved while dealing with such a new and complex field of law, along with the influence that these regulations will hold in the global sphere as we move forward in the development of AI laws.