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Bulgaria Supports Newly Adopted EU Act on Artificial Intelligence
Bulgaria Supports Newly Adopted EU Act on Artificial Intelligence
Deputy Minister Yolovski (BTA Photo)

During a meeting in Brussels, where the ministers of the EU member states responsible for the digital transformation adopted an Act on Artificial Intelligence, Bulgarian Deputy Electronic Governance Minister Alexander Yolovski stressed the commitment and active role of all interested parties, civil society , business, academia, in fulfilling the obligations arising from the new digital acts, the Ministry of Electronic Governance said on Tuesday.

"The EU already has enough legislative and non-legislative instruments that reflect geopolitical developments and are aimed at increasing European competitiveness and protecting the security, values and interests of the EU," said Deputy Minister Yolovski. "Reducing dependencies on third countries in a broad sense would contribute to the realization of the EU's open strategic autonomy, but only if it is accompanied by solid and easily accessible financing to support European businesses to build their own capacity and products," he added.

The Artificial Intelligence Act introduces the first-of-its-kind standards for the regulation of artificial intelligence systems. During the meeting, the ministers discussed issues related to the practical application of European legislative and non-legislative instruments in the digital field.

Deputy Minister Yolovski also held a bilateral meeting with the Marie Bjerre, Denmark Minister for Digital Government and Gender Equality, where the future priorities of both countries in the field of digital transformation were discussed.




By 22:46 on 12.07.2024 Today`s news

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