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Obligations of Entities Under the AI Act

This infographic provides you with:

  • Insights related to the specific obligations placed on organizations, including requirements for transparency, accuracy, data governance, and more;
  • Greater clarity on the roles various stakeholders play in ensuring compliance, ranging from AI developers to deployers, and how they can effectively collaborate;
  • An overview of which organizational activities fall under the scope of the AI Act, including appropriate methods for proactive assessments and ensuring ongoing compliance.


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The European Union’s Artificial Intelligence Act is set to play a leading role in laying the foundation for all future regulations in this domain. With AI expected to expand, both in terms of capability and applicability, the AI Act introduces a slew of rigorous standards, benchmarks, and obligations meant to ensure all AI capabilities are deployed responsibly.

Compliance with the AI Act will only be possible if organizations fully comprehend their responsibilities and obligations. Whether a start-up or a multinational corporation, various aspects of the AI Act apply differently to different stakeholders.

This infographic will serve as a detailed and comprehensive guide, complete with relevant obligations, the scope of the act for all stakeholders involved, and how various stakeholders can ensure their compliance with their necessary duties.

Obligations of Entities Under the AI Act

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Here are some other commonly asked questions you might have:

Per the AI Act, any AI systems that pose significant risks to the health, safety, or fundamental rights of individuals or are covered by the EU’s harmonization regulation are considered to be “high-risk”. The list and criteria of “high-risk” AI systems are dynamic, meaning they can change based on emerging technologies and their uses. 

In the case of high-risk AI systems, organizations must conduct a thorough conformity assessment that proves the system’s compliance with the relevant requirements. Such an assessment will include mechanisms to ensure data quality, transparency, human oversight, and appropriate degrees of traceability. 

Non-compliance or violations can result in fines of up to 6% of the global turnover of the organizations accused of non-compliance or violation. The fines are scaled based on the severity and implications of the violation, similar to the penalties under the GDPR.

No, AI systems developed and deployed primarily for military, defense, and national security purposes do not fall under the AI Act’s jurisdictions as it primarily focuses on the civilian uses of AI applications within a strictly business context. 

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