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Regulation of artificial intelligence is not an easy task

The package of European legislation in the field of digitization puts the person at the center, Irina Aleksieva emphasized (photo: Ministry of e-Government)

“The speed with which technologies develop and cause social change is many times higher than the speed with which decisions on regulation and control are made by public authorities at the national, European and global level”, said Irina Aleksieva, director of the Directorate “Information Technologies, Information Society, European Coordination and International Cooperation” in the Ministry of Electronic Government.

The regulation of artificial intelligence is related to the difficult task of finding a balance between the protection of the rights and interests of citizens and the incentives to create new business models, products and services that are the basis of the development of the high-tech segment of the economy, Aleksieva said during the public discussion “Artificial intelligence – regulation and the future”, which was held in the building of the Council of Ministers as part of the Open Government Week under the global initiative “Open Government Partnership”.

The regulation on artificial intelligence, which is currently being discussed between the European Parliament, the Commission and the Council, strives to find exactly this balance, and the entire package of European legislation in the field of digitization puts the person at the center, emphasized Irina Alesieva.

The political program “Digital Decade 2030” is inextricably linked to the European Declaration on Digital Rights and Principles and to how important it is for people to retain their freedom of choice when interacting with algorithms and artificial intelligence systems. The Council of Europe is currently considering a draft Convention on Artificial Intelligence, Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law.

A key point in regulation is the sharing of information and the search for a common approach not only at the EU level, but also at the global level. The effort should be joint, not only of the state, but also of civil organizations, business, the scientific community and the whole society, Alexieva concluded.

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