Following its efforts to improve the regulation of the matter, on May 08, 2024, the ANPD delivered to the Temporary Committee on Artificial Intelligence in Brazil a 25-page document with its contributions to the Substitute of Bill 2338/2023, which regulates the use of Artificial Intelligence in the country.

The authority’s proposed amendments include  revising definitions, a new approach to data subjects’ rights, considerations about biometric systems, classification of high-risk systems, as well as the regulation and governance of artificial intelligence. In addition, the document suggests adjustments to the regulatory and standardization process, administrative sanctions, guidelines for implementing the regulatory sandbox, and the deadline for appointing the competent authority.

For those interested in delving deeper into this subject, we highlight the Technical Note presented by the Network Rights Coalition, published at the beginning of the first half of 2024.

To access the entire document, click HERE.

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