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The political agreement on the AI Act

In the second installment of Bird & Bird’s AI podcast series, the experts, Feyo Sickinghe, Dr. Simon Hembt, and Oliver Belitz, provide an in-depth exploration of crucial facets within the regulatory landscape outlined by the AI Act. The conversation centers around several pivotal themes, encompassing the regulation of general-purpose AI, copyright considerations for AI-generated content, the practical applications of biometric identification, and the intricate challenges associated with open-source models under the purview of the AI Act.

Building on  Part 1, which explored the core principles of the AI Act, including the identification and mitigation of risks, categorization of prohibitions, and the safeguarding of fundamental rights in the context of artificial intelligence, Part 2 offers a more granular examination of specific aspects of the legislation.

For those seeking to engage with this insightful discussion, the podcast is accessible on Spotify and Soundcloud. Additionally, a comprehensive transcript is available for those who prefer a written format, allowing a deeper understanding of the nuanced topics explored in the conversation.

For individuals or entities looking for further clarification, details, or discussions regarding the topics covered in the podcast, the contacts provided — Feyo Sickinghe, Dr. Simon Hembt, and Oliver Belitz — serve as valuable resources, offering expertise and insights within their respective domains of law and regulation. Whether grappling with the complexities of AI regulation or seeking informed perspectives on emerging challenges, these contacts stand ready to provide guidance and information.

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