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AI and the upcoming AI ACT in Europe 

Dalaw's expertise in artificial intelligence law is further amplified by the introduction of the new European AI Act, which presents a groundbreaking regulatory approach to AI systems in the European Union. Our team is deeply familiar with the implications of this legislation, which is designed to safeguard fundamental rights while fostering innovation and trust in AI technologies. 

We advise clients on the classification of AI systems under the Act, which varies from minimal risk to high risk, and the corresponding legal obligations for each category. For high-risk AI applications, the Act imposes strict requirements for transparency, accountability, and data governance. Dalaw assists clients in not only complying with these requirements but also in leveraging them to gain consumer trust and a competitive advantage. 

Our services encompass a thorough risk assessment for AI systems, guidance on data sets that avoid biases, and strategies to meet stringent transparency and documentation standards. Dalaw supports clients through the entire lifecycle of AI development and deployment, ensuring that from conceptualization to market entry, all AI-related products and services meet the high standards set by the European AI Act. 

Additionally, we assist in navigating the governance structures that the Act will put into place, such as national supervisory authorities and the European Artificial Intelligence Board. Understanding the nuances of this governance will be crucial for businesses that aim to lead in the AI space. 

In essence, the European AI Act introduces a new paradigm for the responsible and ethical development of AI. Dalaw's role is to ensure that our clients not only meet these new regulatory requirements but also excel within them, turning legal compliance into a strategic asset for business growth and innovation in the AI sector. 

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