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Security and AI: Regulatory Frameworks Proposals

Prof. Dr. Simon Tjoa

Prof. Dr. Simon Tjoa

FH St. Pölten, Austria

Artificial intelligence is seen as the key technology for solving the grand societal challenges (e.g.: Sustainable Development Goals) in the future. Thus, it is no big surprise that the industry applications - including privacy & safety relevant domains (e.g. health, mobility, …) – increase rapidly. The accumulation of incidents (e.g.: profiling, machine learning bias, …) in the recent past and problems to understand complex artificial intelligences led the EU Commission to develop a proposal for the regulation of AI and high-risk AI. This talk highlights key aspects of this proposal and outlines current cyber security challenges and threats, which should be considered when developing, acquiring or running high risk artificial intelligence applications. Furthermore, current initiatives and approaches addressing this topic are presented.

Lecture at NEMO2022

Date/Time: Tuesday, July 19, 2022 at 14:00