Second (interim) advice on supervisory structure AI Act


Cooperation between supervisory authorities is paramount in the supervision of artificial intelligence (AI), the Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP) and the Dutch Authority for Digital Infrastructure (RDI) write in their advice to the Dutch government. 

Decisions on which bodies will carry out the different supervisory tasks need to be made soon, as the first parts of the new European AI Act will come into force at the start of 2025.  

The AP and the RDI emphasize that sufficient budget and staff must be available in time for all supervisory authorities involved. This will ensure they can begin their tasks promptly, such as providing guidance and enforcement.

The advice has been prepared by the AP and the RDI in collaboration with 20 other Dutch supervisory authorities that may play a role in AI-supervision. 

Read more: AP and RDI: Supervision of AI systems requires collaboration and must be arranged quickly

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