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On 19 February 2020, the European Commission published a White Paper on Artificial Intelligence proposing a common European Approach to AI that included policy means to boost investments in research and innovation, enhance the development of skills and support the uptake of AI by SMEs, as well as proposals for key elements of a future regulatory framework.
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Industry solutions relying on artificial intelligence (AI) are growing faster than many had predicted. In addition to the important personal data protection considerations, another important question which this new and emerging technology is raising relates to the AI safety problems and their legal response.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is widely recognised as one of the defining industrial phenomena of the 21st century. In today’s technology-dependent world, its potential impact on business and economic development can hardly be understated.
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Marko Popovic, associate at BDK Advokati, spoke at the Winter Vivaldi CFO & Legal Forum, organised by Mokra Gora School of Management at Mecavnik, western Serbia, on 30 November 2018. The forum attracted more than 60 participants, mostly CEOs and CFOs of a host of Serbian companies and start-ups alongside software developers, lawyers, accountants, and other professionals. The main topic of the forum was Conducting Business without People – Financial and Legal Consequences. Together with four other lawyers coming from Serbia’s leading law firms, Marko participated at the panel on the EU…