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The CNMC recommends more precise selection criteria for the AI ​​test environment

Date: July 18, 2024 Time: 13:21:39

The National Commission of Markets and Competition (CNMC) has recommended further specifying the criteria with which it will be decided which project will be selected to test the new European regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI), since it considers that greater precision is needed to be able to maintain neutral competitiveness without preferential treatment.

The statement published by the CNMC also mentions its approval of the royal decree project to regulate the trials of projects related to Artificial Intelligence that are developed in Spain before the approval of the European regulations in this regard.

The improvements proposed by the National Commission focus on requesting greater precision in aspects such as the definitions of the categories of AI systems, but it has also advised that the requirements for the types of projects that fall within the regulations be altered.

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The CNMC has also requested that the following eligibility requirements be reconsidered, unless they are justified: residency requirements, being a legal person, making a single participation in AI projects and not pursuing scientific fines.

In addition, it has asked to avoid unjustified flows of information by arguing that the existence of these controlled test environments does not exempt or repeal the national and European regulations for the defense of competition, to which the participants are subject.

Finally, the CNMC has recommended that, although this test environment will end with the entry into force of the European regulation that is being processed, mechanisms be sought so that it remains in force if it fits within this regulation.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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