Practical Ways to Prepare for the New EU AI Law

If you leverage AI in the EU or plan to, this event is for you. 


In April, the European Commission laid out unprecedented new rules governing AI. The Artificial Intelligence Act outlines how AI will be regulated in the European Union moving forward, classifying AI applications based on overall risk-level. 

What does that mean for you?

If you are using or building AI applications in high-risk areas such as education, HR, medical, finance, and law enforcement, you will need to put robust plans in place before introducing new AI products and services. Companies in limited risk sectors will also need to consider new plans to minimize risks.

The new regulations will likely have a profound impact not just on the EU, but on how other regions in the world address the risks of AI as well. 

Join us for an on-demand webinar as we help interpret what is included in the new law, and what businesses can do to prepare for the next chapter of AI innovation.  

During this 40-minute webinar, you will learn:

  • Key elements of the EU act and what they mean for you
  • Practical steps you can take to start building "AI quality" into your processes, as the new law requires 
  • How to minimize risk with internal policies, standards, skills, and training


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Meet the Speakers



Nicolas Miailhe, Cofounder and President,
The Future Society

Nicolas started The Future Society (TFS) after spending over 10 years in the high technology industry building partnerships between Europe, South Asia, and the US. A recognized thought-leader, strategist and implementer, Nicolas advises cities, governments, international organizations, NGOs and industrial players worldwide on responsible AI adoption. Based in Paris, he is an appointed expert to the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI), to the AI Group of experts at OECD (ONE.AI & AIGO), and to the Global Council on Extended Intelligence (IEEE & MIT Media Lab).

Nicolas teaches at the Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences Po). He is a member of three Committees (Policy, Economics, and General Principles) of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethically Aligned Design of Autonomous & Intelligent Systems.


Shameek Kundu, Head of Financial Services and Chief Strategy Officer, TruEra 

Shameek has spent most of his career in driving responsible adoption of data analytics/ AI in the financial services industry. He is a member of the Bank of England’s AI Public-Private Forum and the Global Partnership on AI, and was part of the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Steering Committee on Fairness, Ethics, Accountability and Transparency in AI. 

Most recently, Shameek was Group Chief Data Officer at Standard Chartered Bank, where he helped the bank explore and adopt AI in multiple areas (e.g., credit, financial crime compliance, customer analytics, surveillance), and shaped the bank’s internal approach to responsible AI





About The Future Society

The Future Society (TFS) is a leading independent policy think tank focused on the ethics and governance of AI. Originally incubated at Harvard Kennedy School, the global think tank helps policy-makers and key players worldwide capture the benefits of AI and mitigate its risks. Our mission is to advance the responsible adoption of Artificial Intelligence for the benefit of humanity.

About TruEra


TruEra provides AI Quality solutions that analyze machine learning, drive model quality improvements, and build trust. Powered by enterprise-class Artificial Intelligence (AI) Explainability technology based on six years of research at Carnegie Mellon University, TruEra’s suite of solutions provides much-needed model transparency and analytics that drive high model quality and overall acceptance, address unfair bias, and ensure governance and compliance.