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Proposed EU Data Strategy Spells Big Changes for Big Tech

– Compliance Week

An explanation of the European Commission’s plans for regulating Artificial Intelligence and promoting tech growth through data sharing

This article outlines how the Commission plans to increase scrutiny around data regulations and work to ensure unbiased data is used to train AI systems.

“Authorities should be able to test and certify the data used by algorithms in the same way as they would check cosmetics, cars, or toys, for example.”

The article states that to stimulate growth in the European tech sector, the Commission believes that non-personal data should be pooled among businesses, governments and researchers.

'Data should be available to all—whether public or private, big or small, start-up or giant,' the Commission said.

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