27 Jun.

The EU AI Act – the countdown to compliance begins

Trustworthy AI Webcast Series

Thursday, 10:00 a.m.  CET

27 June 2024, 10:00–11:00 CET | Live Webinar 


About the webcast series

As businesses explore how to benefit from AI, there are potential concerns around regulations, bias, security, and trust for enterprise stakeholders.

The AI Act lays down a uniform legal framework for the development, placing on the market, putting into service and use of artificial intelligence systems, in accordance with Union values. The development of new technologies will be subjected to a risk-based and proportionate approach, and the new requirements will apply to all operators along the AI value chain and lifecycle, including developers and users. With non-compliance subject to significant penalties, market participants have only a few months to prepare for the legislation’s provisions.

Please join us on 27 June at 10:00 a.m. CET for an overview of the key provisions of the EU AI Act, the timeline, and main steps for compliance. 

The series will then continue in September, with a session to cover the client perspective.


  1. The EU AI Act – an outline of the key provisions and the timeline for compliance
  2. Preliminary steps towards compliance
    • Assets inventory and self-classification
    • Internal governance and quality management systems
    • Conducting risk and impact assessments


Please register here for the webcast. 


Sarah Josefine Becker, Partner, Lead Digital & AI Ethics, Deloitte Germany

Ana Cristina Matos, Partner, Deloitte Portugal

Torsten Berge, Senior Manager, Deloitte Germany

Till Contzen, Partner, Deloitte Legal Germany, Digital Law Lead

Gregor Strojin, Local Partner, Deloitte Legal Reff - Slovenia*

Simina Mut, Partner, Deloitte Legal Central Europe Leader


Jan Michalski, Partner, Central Europe GenAI Leader


Thursday, 27 June 2024
10:00–11:00 a.m.
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For questions please contact Isabelle Karoline Schlegel, Tel: +49 211 8772 8738

Thursday, 27 Jun 2024 10:00 a.m. CET
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