Réglementation de l’IA : les exemples européen, japonais et chinois
Interesting articles published this week allow us to provide an overview of European, Japanese and Chinese regulatory approaches to artificial intelligence.
In the healthcare sector, a backdrop of rapid technological advances in medical technology have proved the traditional rigid framework (point-in-time) incomplete. Several scandals led to a noticeable shift in regulatory philosophy from point-in-time to whole-of-life scrutiny.
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On a more general note, a recent article, in addition to presenting the main initiatives in terms of the regulation of artificial intelligence within the European Union and Japan, draws parallels between the guiding principles of its framework in these two countries. If the European principles are generally better known, the Japanese are less so but are closely related to them: (i) Dignity - a society in which human dignity is respected; (ii) Diversity and Inclusion - a society in which people with diverse backgrounds can pursue their own well-being; and(iii) Sustainability - a sustainable society.
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This content has been updated on 9 September 2020 at 15 h 57 min.