All the Details of the Artificial Intelligence Law Adopted by the Council of Europe

The law takes a risk-based approach to protecting human rights, with greater limitations and standards needed for higher risks to the public. Once signed by the European Parliament and Council, it will be published in records and come into effect within 20 days. Its instructions will be applied gradually over time.

According to Atty Lior Etgar, partner and head of privacy and information protection at EBN Ardinst office, Ben Natan, Toledano, the impact of this law will be felt in Israel in the near future. It will not only shape the development of AI algorithms but also guide the market towards developing applications that ensure transparency and oversight of work processes, product design, and services.

Etgar predicts that a new industry will emerge alongside the AI industry, focused on developing tools for documenting and managing AI databases. This new industry will also have an impact on intellectual property, privacy protection, and ethics. As such, it is important to prepare for the changes that this law will bring.

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