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Message posted on 26/06/2024

Understanding the EU AI Act

Dear all,

If interested: Please find below the pre-print of a general introduction of the enactment of the final European regulation about harmonised rules on Artificial Intelligence (AI Act).

The contribution aims to familiarise researchers from a broad range of disciplines from tech to policy, from law to social science, with the complex regulatory structure and logic of the AI Act - from an inward European and outward international perspective.

/Ruschemeier, H.; Bareis, J. Searching for harmonised rules: Understanding the paradigms, provisions and pressing issues in the final EU AI Act./

/Forthcoming in: Gsenger/Sekwenz (eds), Digital Decade: How the EU shapes digitalisation/ /research, Nomos 2025./




Jascha Bareis(Profile) (Scholar)


Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS)

Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT)

Research Group Digital Technology and Societal Change (FG DigIT)

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