Because AI systems should be built, organized and monitored to optimize companies’ performance
Because today's market tools are unable to meet the triple imperative of trust, performance and compliance
Because it is essential to integrate the principles of accountability and trust right from the design stage of AI systems
Because AI is now an organizations core segment - just like management, HR, customer relations and production - AI systems need to be equipped with a management tool
Because it is imperative to have an "all-in-one" tool for steering and governing AI systems at the design, deployment and usage stages
European authorities have developed a horizontal regulatory framework intended to build up an ecosystem of excellence and trust, making the European Union the leading global example.
The AI ACT will apply to suppliers, distributors and users of all AI system used in the European Union, or when implementations concern citizens of the European Union.
Non-compliance with the AI ACT may expose the main players in the AI value chain from 1% up to 7% of the worldwide turnover.
Develop artificial intelligence with enhanced confidence
Provide proactive assistance to meet regulatory requirements
Add value to your digital assets
Record all AI systems whether implemented, marketed or under development
Locate all stakeholders and users involved
Operationalize the classification of AI systems associated with regulatory qualifications (suppliers, distributors, users and agents)
Assist your organisation in implementing best practices and the organization of the governance of your AI systems
Onboard employees in acquiring new skills and tools to support AI
naaia is the platform to manage your AI systems and increase their performance
Support AI systems engineering
Accelerate value creation without compromising ethics or compliance
Make artificial intelligence uses more reliable and secure
Develop a more trustworthy artificial intelligence
Implement human control to effectively mitigate risks associated with health, safety and fundamental rights