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posted on 2021-02-18, 07:33 authored by Rowena RodriguesRowena Rodrigues, Adam Panagiotopoulos, Björn LundgrenBjörn Lundgren, Stephanie Laulhe ShaelouStephanie Laulhe Shaelou, Amy Grant

This report reviews various regulatory options that support the ethical and/or responsible development of smart information systems (AI and big data). Its insights will be useful to policymakers as a guide to making policy and regulatory decisions. It presents snapshots of policy and other stakeholder perspectives on the regulation of AI and big data and discusses how AI challenges regulation. It also looks at EU aspirations for better law-making and presents key considerations for regulating AI and big data. The study adopted a wide, inclusive understanding of ‘regulatory options’ to cover proposals for laws, bodies and other regulatory tools and mechanisms. Well-established legislation has been excluded.


European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme Under Grant Agreement no. 786641