Shenzen, a city in the south of China with a population of 17.5 million people, has officially allowed autonomous vehicles on the road. This is, however, based on strict rules regarding vehicles and safety.
A new milestone in mobility has been reached with the adoption of a proposal to extend automated driving in certain traffic environments from the current limit of 60 km/h to up to 130 km/h.
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Research: appetite for tighter external regulation of bot use among technology and financial services decision-makers
Bright Data, has released new research that highlights the increased role bots are playing in automating key corporate functions, including customer service, web data collections and more. The research, carried out by Vanson Bourne, surveyed US and UK decision-makers from financial services, IT, and technology organizations. It uncovered clear demand in both regions for enhanced regulation to drive effective, compliant and responsible bot usage.
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ALLAI: ‘EU’s AI Regulation: Europe puts values and fundamental rights front and center’
In its highly anticipated legislative proposal for AI, the European Commission today projected a clear message: fundamental rights and European values are at the core of Europe’s approach to AI. Europe is basically saying: when it comes to this technology, ‘anything goes’ is no longer the norm. We will not allow everything, just because it can be done. And we don’t just regulate bits and elements of the technology, we set EU wide rules that will resonate across the globe.