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What regulation of artificial intelligence means for the digital state

What regulation of artificial intelligence means for the digital state

ILast week, the Artificial Intelligence Regulation (KI-VO) was approved by the EU Parliament by a large majority. If we are to apply the law, it must prove itself in practical application. This also applies to the state bound by fundamental rights, specifically the use of artificial intelligence in administration. This will be funded in accordance with the Federal Government's AI Action Plan.

To this end, the Ministry of the Interior established the Advisory Center for Artificial Intelligence (BeKI), a central contact and coordination point for AI projects in the federal administration. The first projects to promote AI for business are also being presented: the Federal Ministry of Economy is currently planning to establish a testing and testing center to develop standards for the development of AI-based robots.

The European Union Commission, in turn, decided to support the authorities of member states in the safe and trustworthy use of artificial intelligence applications. Management innovation in AI is therefore part of the European data strategy and politically desirable.

In particular, the legislator has introduced a wide range of requirements for the use of language models in administration – prior use cases include the planned use of ChatGPT in schools and AI investigative assistants for police. Therefore, these systems must find their way into the fundamental areas of state sovereignty: the security and freedom of citizens and the core of democratic education in schools and universities.