Tools for Navigating the EU AI Act: (3) Final Text with Interactive Table of Contents

Download our PDF with an interactive ToC permitting to navigate easily the final text of the AI Act!  

As a part of a series of tools to help practitioners and the academic community navigate through the lengthy and complex AI Act, the MIAI AI-Regulation Chair published on February 19th, 2024 an interactive Table of Contents (ToC), based on the draft endorsed by the Council on February 2nd, 2024. As we mentioned then, this draft was subject to formatting adjustments, including the attribution of final numbers for the articles and linguistic interventions. 

In March 2024, the European Parliament endorsed at first reading the AI Act during its plenary session in Strasbourg, with 523 votes in favor, 46 against and 49 abstentions. Due to the extensive nature of the amendments to the Commission’s proposal for an AI Act, the text adopted by the EP had to be further scrutinized and revised by legal experts, in order to ensure linguistic precision and legal consistency. This procedure led to the publication of a Corrigendum on April 16, 2024. Following the announcement of the Corrigendum at the European Parliament’s plenary session of Strasbourg on April 22, 2024, the final text has definitely been adopted by the Parliament and will be published in the EU Official Journal in a few weeks, after the formality of the final Council’s endorsement. 

Today we are thus in a position to “update” our previous “AI Act with an interactive ToC”. This time both the text and the numbers of the articles appearing in our updated pdf are final. The only thing missing is the final formatting of the text before its publication in the EU Official Journal.  

Our pdf intends to become a particularly useful tool for all practitioners and AI Act nerds. It allows a comprehensive overview of the AI Act’s structure, enabling users to “click” and be directly transferred to different Titles, Chapters, and Articles.

This updated version also permits to identify new text introduced during the legislative process, as well as deletions from the European Commission’s initial draft proposal.

New text is highlighted in bold italics. Deletions are indicated using the ▌symbol. Replacements are indicated by highlighting the new text in bold italics and by deleting the text that has been replaced. 

Shavine MENAF SEDIK, a post-graduate student in the Master of International Security, Cybersecurity, and Defense at the School of Law of the University Grenoble Alpes, currently accepted for an internship with the AI-Regulation Chair,  prepared this updated interactive Table of Contents under the supervision of Professor Theodore Christakis

The AI-Regulation Chair has also published an article featuring a comprehensive visualization pyramid designed to illustrate the risk-based approach of the EU AI Act in a single, intuitive graphic. More “Tools for Navigating the EU AI Act” will be published soon in our website.

This work has been partially supported by MIAI @ Grenoble Alpes, (ANR-19-P3IA-0003) and by the Interdisciplinary Project on Privacy (IPoP) of the Cybersecurity PEPR (ANR 22-PECY-0002 IPOP).

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