The EU AI Act ensures a need for action: “By evaluating necessary adjustments and next steps at an early stage, you not only protect your investments and company values. “It gives you a decisive advantage over the competition, which can sometimes operate sluggishly and slowly,” advises expert Sebastian Bluhm.
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Sebastian Bluhm is managing director of the strategy and technology consultancy Plan D, which, together with the law firm Taylor Wessing, offers technical and legal advice on the implementation of the AI ​​Act for companies. Because: The EU AI Act affects a whole lot of startups, not just those that are specifically working on an AI product. Anyone using AI, such as a chatbot, needs to act now. The expert explains here what to do.


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