The digital transformation is rapidly changing life as we know it. New technologies, especially artificial intelligence (AI) systems, now support us in various situations. AI systems are used, for example, in language models, (driving) assistance systems, and in the general optimization and efficiency improvement of business processes.
The Path to Trustworthiness
As a leading European innovation and cutting-edge research center for trustworthy AI and Data Science, we are your ideal transformation partner, guiding you in the selection, implementation, and evaluation of your AI systems.
To ensure that AI systems can be used effectively, there must be sufficient trust in them within society. Numerous regulatory efforts and strategies currently emerging worldwide aim to ensure this trust in AI systems. Chief among them is the “AI Act” proposed by the European Commission. The AI Act is intended to be the world’s first comprehensive regulation of AI. It categorizes AI systems into risk categories ranging from “unacceptable” to “low” risk and prescribes different information and compliance requirements. Highly risky AI systems are subject to strict requirements related to quality, safety, risk management, documentation, and monitoring. Non-compliance with the regulations may result in fines that are enforceable at the national level.
Collaborate to your Advantage
Against this backdrop, businesses need a reliable partner to support them in the profitable use of AI systems. Together with the Know Center, you can develop a future-proof, trustworthy AI strategy, thereby gaining a long-term competitive advantage. We:
Our offering also includes a comprehensive technical and legal assessment of your AI systems, which includes an examination of data processing methods, data security, and data protection.
We acknowledge that the AI landscape is constantly evolving. Therefore, we continuously adapt our services and use agile work processes to our and your advantage. When AI technologies and regulations change, we remain at the forefront to ensure that your AI systems are up-to-date and trustworthy.
The EU AI Act could come into effect as early as 2024. It becomes applicable – and thus directly relevant to companies – two years after its enactment. This provides ample time to integrate trustworthy AI into your corporate strategy!