Digital Transformation: Industry calls on EU legislators to respect principles of the New Legislative Framework in the AI Act

Published: 30 September 2022

Policies & Issues: Digital Transformation, Internal Market - Compliance, Standards & Enforcement

Orgalim, together with several other industry organisations, urges the EU institutions and Member States to ensure consistency within the NLF terminology.  

The NLF provides robust rules for state-of-the-art products reaching European business and consumers. It is also an innovation-friendly way to ensure safety and compliance. In the development of the AI regulation, it is paramount that the fundamental concepts of the NLF be preserved. Changing these concepts would only result in regulatory distortion and misapplication of baseline requirements, exacerbating already existing economic and administrative burden on the economic operators, Member States and responsible national authorities, but most importantly, adversely impacting European citizens.

 

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Authors

Le Goff-Jedrzejowicz
Helena Le Goff-Jedrzejowicz
Adviser - Internal Market
Fritz
Patrik Fritz
Junior Adviser - Digital

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