An insight into how the need to regulate AI will result in reforming the Product Liability Directive, one of the pillars of EU market law.
Towards a new AI liability regime: presumptions and right of access to evidence in favour of injured parties22 December 2022
The article summarises the main elements of the directive proposed by the EU Commission to adapt the rules on non-contractual civil liability to allow for artificial intelligence.
The crisis in the energy sector is confronting operators with the need to provide an effective response to diverse challenges including fluctuating prices, growing demand and reducing their environmental impact, all of which require innovative solutions.
Whilst the legislative progress of the Proposal for a “European Regulation on Artificial Intelligence” continues, joint research by the universities of Bologna and Oxford has produced the first supportive tool designed to help companies comply with the pending legislation.