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  • Hélène Dufour

Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence and the European Union AI Act

" Adopting a risk-based approach towards AI, the EU chose to understand trustworthiness of AI in terms of the acceptability of its risks. This conflation of trustworthiness with acceptability of risk invites further reflection. Based on a narrative systematic literature review on institutional trust and the use of AI in the public sector, this paper argues that the EU adopted a simplistic conceptualisation of trust and is overselling its regulatory ambition."


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