Suggestions to the Artificial Intelligence regulatory framework will be received until May 13 | Technology
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Suggestions for the new regulatory framework for artificial intelligence can be sent to the Senate until May 13, 2022
Suggestions from experts and other sectors of society to the new regulatory framework for artificial intelligence may be forwarded to the Senate until May 13, 2022.
The thematic axes for discussion include the following topics: Concepts, understanding and classification of artificial intelligence; Impacts of artificial intelligence; Rights and duties; and Accountability, governance and oversight.
Contributions should be sent to the email firstname.lastname@example.org or to the Federal Senate Protocol (Senator Alexandre Costa Wing, Room 15, basement).
The public consultation period was opened by the commission of jurists responsible for the discussion and elaboration of the new regulatory framework for artificial intelligence. The commission is chaired by the minister of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ), Ricardo Villas Bôas Cueva, and the rapporteur is Professor Laura Schertel Mendes.
The commission of jurists was installed on March 30, with the objective of drawing up a draft substitute for the bills (PLs) 5.051/2019, authored by Senator Styvenson Valentim (Podemos-RN); 21/2020, by deputy Eduardo Bismarck (PDT-CE); and 872/2021, by Senator Veneziano Vital do Rego (MDB-PB), which are being processed in the National Congress.
The collegiate, which will have 120 days to complete its work, from its installation, was created by the president of the Senate, Rodrigo Pacheco, from the initiative of Senator Eduardo Gomes (PL-TO), rapporteur of the proposals in the House.
Artificial Intelligence: How will it work?
It will be up to the commission to establish a text from PLs 21/2020 (already approved in the Chamber of Deputies), 5.051/2019 and 872/2021.
On the occasion of the installation of the collegiate, the rapporteur Laura Schertel said that regulatory experiences, such as those existing in the European Union, will be studied as a source of inspiration for application in Brazil.
The rapporteur detailed that the commission will address economic-social contexts and benefits of artificial intelligence (AI); sustainable development and well-being; innovation; AI research and development (resource funds and public-private partnerships); public security; agriculture; industry; digital services; information Technology; and healthcare robots. The contexts with the use of personal data and without the use of personal data, and issues related to data mining will be taken into account.
The commission, explained Laura Schertel, will also address the “unacceptable risks” linked to the application of AI, the use of the “precautionary principle”, as well as industrial and commercial secrets.
The committee of jurists is composed of Ana de Oliveira Frazão, Bruno Ricardo Bioni, Danilo Cesar Maganhoto Doneda, Fabrício da Mota Alves, Miriam Wimmer, Wederson Adlink Siqueira, Claudia Lima Marques, Juliano Souza de Albuquerque Maranhão, Thiago Luís Santos Sombra, Georges Abboud , Frederico Quadros D'Almeida, Victor Marcel Pinheiro, Estela Aranha, Clara Iglesias Keller, Mariana Giorgetti Valente and Filipe Medon.
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What is Artificial Intelligence?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a technology that aims to replicate Human Intelligence, with the possibility of analysis and reasoning, through the use of machines that operate with the aid of artificial neural networks and algorithms.
As many think, Artificial Intelligence is not composed of a single solution or technology, but the combination of numerous engineering technologies, such as Machine Learning and Deep Learning.