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The upcoming EU AI Act represents a landmark regulation of artificial intelligence, creating significant compliance challenges for enterprises operating or selling into the European market. Non-compliance risks hefty fines, similar to GDPR.

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Who We Help

  • Those that need to understand and comply with regulations
  • Organisations where trust is paramount
  • Innovators looking to for investment
  • Any business operating in Europe at scale

What we do

  • In-depth analysis of regulations and impact on your business
  • Risk assessment and identification of potential challenges
  • Guidance on best practices for responsible AI use
  • Continuous monitoring & advice of regulatory updates
  • Work with stakeholders and regulators to ensure alignment

Challenges Tackled

  • “We’re doing it unsure about the regulatory implications”
  • “How can we ensure our systems are compliant?”
  • “We need guidance to navigate the complex landscape”

Where to start?

Compliance Overview

Assess Governance Framework / Gap Analysis / Enhance Governance and Compliance / Develop Improvement Plan


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What are the consequences of non-compliance with AI regulations?

Non-compliance with AI regulations can result in significant fines, legal liabilities, reputational damage, and loss of customer trust. It’s crucial to proactively address compliance to avoid these consequences.

How can we ensure our AI systems are ethical and unbiased?

Ensuring ethical and unbiased AI systems requires a combination of diverse data sets, regular audits, transparency, and governance frameworks. We can help you implement best practices to mitigate bias and ensure fairness.

How can we balance AI innovation with regulatory compliance?

Balancing innovation and compliance requires staying informed about regulations, engaging with regulators, and implementing agile processes that allow for adaptation. We can help you find the right balance and future-proof your AI strategy.

What are the key differences between AI regulations in the EU, UK, and US?

While there are differences in approach, such as the EU’s risk-based framework and the US’s sectoral guidelines, all major regulations aim to protect individual rights, ensure transparency, and promote responsible AI. We can help you navigate the nuances and ensure compliance across jurisdictions.


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