European methods and tools for regulating artificial intelligence

Published: 16 May 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3jbdrpj7ht.1
Olga IJtsma


Abstract: The relevance of the topic is explained by the growing interest in the development of artificial intelligence technologies and related products in the territory of the European Union member states, especially in the context of the developing industry. This article considers the step-by-step legal regulation in the field of artificial intelligence in the European Union, as well as the gradual transition from the stage of "soft" legal regulation to the creation of binding legal norms. The important fact of classification of artificial intelligence models on the level of risk into four categories is considered. The risk levels of artificial intelligence models can be divided into the group of unacceptable risk, high risk, moderate risk and minimal risk. The aim of this article is to examine the European approach to the regulation of artificial intelligence in order to further assess whether the objectives set by the European Union are in line with its capabilities. In order to achieve this goal, we have studied regulatory acts, international acts, scientific articles and books.



Artificial Intelligence, European Union, United States of America, European Law, European Economy, European Literature