European Union: Adopted Council general approach on AI Act including business registration requirement for "high-risk AI systems"

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Adopted Council general approach on AI Act including business registration requirement for "high-risk AI systems"

On 6 December 2022, the Council of the European Union adopted its general approach on the Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act), including the obligation of registering the "high-risk AI systems" before they are placed on the European single market. The authorised representative of the entities providing, importing or using “high-risk systems” will have to register in the EU database and provide the necessary documents, such as certificates and EU declaration of conformity with the requirements outlined in the AI Act.

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Policy Area
Authorisation, registration and licensing
Policy Instrument
Business registration requirement
Regulated Economic Activity
ML and AI development
Implementation Level
supranational
Government Branch
executive
Government Body
central government

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