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13 March 2024

Subject files - Artificial Intelligence Act - Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection - Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs

Source: europarl.europa.eu

Parliament (IMCO, LIBE) and Council reached an agreement on the Artificial Intelligence Act. The co-Rapporteurs are Mr Brando Benifei (S&D, IMCO) and Mr Dragoş Tudorache (Renew, LIBE). The agreement was confirmed by plenary on 13 March 2024. The regulation is still subject to a final lawyer-linguist check and is expected to be finally adopted before the end of the legislature (through the so-called corrigendum procedure). The law also needs to be formally endorsed by the Council.The regulation aims to ensure that fundamental rights, democracy, the rule of law and environmental sustainability are protected from high risk AI while boosting innovation and making Europe a leader in the field. The rules establish obligations for AI based on its potential risks and level of impact.During the plenary debate, Mr Benifei said: "We finally have the world's first binding law on AI, to reduce risks, create opportunities, combat discrimination, and bring transparency. Thanks to Parliament, unacceptable AI practices will be banned in Europe.... We ensured that human beings and European values are at the very centre of AI development,".The rules will enter into force 20 days after publication in the O.J. and be fully applicable 24 months after, except for bans on prohibited practices (6 months after entry into force); codes of practice (9 months); general-purpose AI rules including governance (12 months); and obligations for high-risk systems (36 months).Procedure FileMandatePress Release & More information following the vote in plenary on the text of the agreement reached with the CouncilPress release & more information following the IMCO-LIBE vote in favour of the provisional agreementPress Release following the provisional agreement reached between Parliament and Council on 8 December 2023AI Act Trilogue Deal - Media Impact AnalysisReporting back on the outcome of the trilogue of 6 & 8 December 2023Reporting back to committee on the trilogues of 2-3 and 24 October 2023Reporting back to committee on the trilogue of 18 July 2023Reporting back to committee on the first trilogue of 14 June 2023Press release on the vote in plenary + more informationPress Release on the vote in committee + more informationPublic Hearing on the Artificial Intelligence ActSource : © European Union, 2024 - EP

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