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EXPLORING ARTICLE 14 OF THE EU AI PROPOSAL: HUMAN IN THE LOOP CHALLENGES WHEN OVERSEEING HIGH-RISK AI SYSTEMS IN PUBLIC SERVICE ORGANISATIONS

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Jorge Constantino Torres

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU), NL
About Jorge

Jorge Constantino Torres graduated in 2022 from his master’s in International Technology Law with Cum laude at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU), the Netherlands. Previously graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Laws at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia. He worked as a legal practitioner in Australia between 2016 to 2021. Since 2017 he has been working as a law sessional academic at QUT.

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Abstract

The European Commission has given emphasis to a human-centric approach to allow the deployment of “safe” Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems in our society. However, Article 14 (human oversight obligations) of the EU AI Act Proposal provides little emphasis on human overseers’ responsibilities when tasked to perform meaningful human oversight. This paper tests Article 14 against different challenges of public service organisations such as police departments (street-level bureaucracies) and argues why Article 14 may not be a success in street-level bureaucracies, which could ultimately harm fundamental rights.

How to Cite: Constantino Torres, J., 2022. EXPLORING ARTICLE 14 OF THE EU AI PROPOSAL: HUMAN IN THE LOOP CHALLENGES WHEN OVERSEEING HIGH-RISK AI SYSTEMS IN PUBLIC SERVICE ORGANISATIONS. Amsterdam Law Forum, 14(3), p.17.
Published on 07 Nov 2022.
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