26 March 2024


The Meta Economist meets professor Andrea Bertolini to make an interesting analysis about the EU AI Act. Bertolini is the Director of the European Center of Excellence on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Regulation (Eura) and professor of private Law at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna. His research starts from private law to technological regulation (robotics and AI) and bioethics, with a comparative and law and economics approach.

The Italian Newspaper la Repubblica just inserted professor Bertolini among the 500 italian researchers that counts on AI subjects.

The European market is still relevant - says Bertolini - and European citizens are still much of interest for even non-European companies, that anyone who will want to do business in Europe or with European citizens will have to abide by and comply with AI Act and all European legislation. So this should provide Europe the possibility of influencing the global development and production of AI systems. Because if an American company wants to bring their AI based product to the European market and have European users use that product, then they will have to comply with the AI Act".

And even if that is true, European technical research in the field of artificial intelligence is not as advanced as that occurring in the US and maybe China, Europe decided to regulate it before other Countries and that's the advantage now. About this and other topics we focused on this interview.

Read also---> The EU AI Act is law by Ilaria Vanni

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