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SHRM Responds to the European Parliament’s Approval of the Artificial Intelligence Act

ALEXANDRIA, Va – Emily M. Dickens, SHRM Chief of Staff, Head of Public Affairs & Corporate Secretary, issued the following statement in response to the European Parliament’s approval of the Artificial Intelligence Act:

“SHRM appreciates how our colleagues in the EU are contributing to the global dialogue about the risks of AI and how employers and society can harness the power of AI ethically and safely. We look forward to taking part in the ongoing robust conversation regarding the implementation of the EU AI Act and its risk-based approach, and SHRM will work with EU and global stakeholders to provide clarity to employers in the EU who seek to use AI safely and consistent with our shared values, and to understand their obligations under the Act.

Here in the United States, SHRM will continue its ongoing engagement with Congress, the Administration, and state and local legislatures, serving as a trusted partner to policymakers, looking to achieve consensus on AI legislation and regulation that maximizes human potential”.


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