The Council of Europe report: “Towards Regulation of AI Systems” (contributor: Catelijne Muller a.o.)
In light of its Plenary meeting of 15 – 17 December, the Council of Europe’s CAHAI today presented its first elaborate publication with “Global perspectives on the development of a legal framework on Artificial Intelligence systems based on the Council of Europe’s standards on human rights, democracy and the rule of law”.
Title I contains several contributions on international perspectives of AI systems regulation based on the Council of Europe’s standards, such as ALLAI’s President’s Catelijne Muller’s report “The impact of AI on human rights, democracy and the rule of law.” This report will serve as a basis for a possible legally binding instrument on AI from the Council. This blogpost contains a summary of Catelijne’s report.
Title II contains national perspectives from Israel, Japan and Mexico.