The European Commission has signaled its intent to create a liability regime “fit for the digital age,” and that includes amending existing liability frameworks and/or creating new liability frameworks for AI. The impact of any such legislation is potentially vast. Any legislative measures will likely affect broad swathes of consumers and industry, including any businesses active in the AI space that sell their products or services to EU customers. So, it’s extremely important for the Commission to strike a balance that protects consumers while promoting—not stifling—innovation.
In Cause for Action’s first video podcast, ILR President Harold Kim sits down with Mr. Axel Voss, Member of the European Parliament, Germany, European People’s Party, and Ken Daly, Partner, Sidley Austin law firm, to talk about legal liability and artificial intelligence issues being discussed in the European Union.
The video podcast builds of ILR’s recent research: The Future Of Ai Liability In The Eu: Protecting Consumers Without Stifling Innovation.