All 27 European Union member states have unanimously given their stamp of approval to the Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act). After overcoming pushbacks and extensive negotiations, EU member states finalised a comprehensive rulebook for regulating AI on February 2, 2024. If your organisation is using AI tools, the impending enforcement of the AI Act should be on your radar. Here’s what the latest update means and what happens next.
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Ander Lozano Zurita is a legal expert with a focus on data privacy (EU and UK GDPR). As a Privacy Consultant at DataGuard, he is leveraging his knowledge and experience working with international companies to support mainly corporate customers and drive DataGuard’s expansion into the UK. As a lawyer, he specialised in business law and legal tech, and over the years he has gained practical experience dealing with cross-border data transfers and different privacy laws around the world. During his studies at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México and the IE University in Madrid, Spain, he was able to expand his knowledge and understanding of the GDPR. After that, he worked for three years in different international law firms where he advised customers of all sizes.Explore more articles
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