The EU opened the Office for Artificial Intelligence

It will collaborate with Member States and the wider professional community and ensure a strategic, coherent and effective European approach to AI at the international level, and is expected to become a global reference point

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The European Union has officially opened the Office for Artificial Intelligence, which will deal with monitoring the application of laws on artificial intelligence, identifying potential risks and violations of the rules, and encouraging the use of reliable artificial intelligence.

"The European Office for Artificial Intelligence will be a center of expertise in the field of artificial intelligence throughout the EU. It will play a key role in the implementation of the AI ​​Law, especially for general purpose artificial intelligence, it will encourage the development and use of credible artificial intelligence and international cooperation," the European Commission announced.

The office will also work to advance measures and policies to exploit the social and economic benefits of AI across the EU, provide advice on best practices and encourage innovative ecosystems of reliable AI in order to increase the competitiveness and economic growth of the EU, reports Nezavisne novine.

As announced by the EC, the Office was established within the European Commission and forms the basis of a unique European artificial intelligence management system.

It will collaborate with Member States and the wider professional community and ensure a strategic, coherent and effective European approach to AI at the international level, and is expected to become a global reference point.

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