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Naaia strengthens its solution to ensure organizations’ compliance with the AI Act


With the adoption of the AI Act, Naaia, the pioneering multi-regulations and multi-standard Artificial Intelligence Management System (AIMS), has announced the development of new features within its solution. They are part of Naaia's ambition to become the European benchmark solution for AI governance & compliance to all organizations worldwide answering to the AI regulations. The release will be available from April 15, ahead of the formal vote on the AI Act in the European Parliament on April 22nd.

With the adoption of the AI Act, Naaia, the pioneering multi-regulations and multi-standard Artificial Intelligence Management System (AIMS), is developing new features. These updates reflect Naaia’s goal to become the European benchmark for AI governance and compliance. The release is scheduled for April 15, ahead of the European Parliament’s formal vote on the AI Act on April 22.

On March 13, 2024, the European Parliament adopted the AI Act. This landmark legislation introduces a unified legal framework for managing AI-related risks. A formal vote without discussion is scheduled for April 22nd to approve the AI Act.


the first centralised compliance and risk management solution for AI systems (AIS), will be integrating 6 new key functionalities on April 15th in response to the accelerating need to operationalize compliance and risk management for AIS. They are designed to meet three main objectives: integrating the final and official version of the AI Act, refining responsibility management and strengthening Naaia Core, the action plan module.

Nathalie Beslay, co-founder and CEO of Naaia,

comments: « With the adoption of the AI Act, organizations are facing a major turning point in their compliance objectives. They need to define their regulatory tactics without delay and implement operational models for managing artificial intelligence, while some deadlines are coming up very quickly, such as the prohibited AI systems at the end of the year. By integrating the final version of the AI Act now, Naaia is responding to the need to move ‘quickly and well’ in terms of the virality and desirability of AI for organizations. This pioneering initiative demonstrates our commitment to supporting businesses in the ongoing regulatory transformation and accelerating their adoption of trusted AI without holding back innovation or hampering the organization« .

Côme Sauzay, co-founder and COO of Naaia,

adds: « With Naaia, our mission is to reverse regulatory obligations into actions. In other words, we minimize our customers’ efforts to achieve their compliance targets. Today, we’re taking our mission one step further by adding 6 new features to our solution. They aim to provide an even better operational response, with optimized action plans and more detailed management, requiring minimal effort from the teams. Naaia is proud to support its customers in their compliance efforts and to contribute to this major transformation”.

Naaia’s customers – including 2 major CAC 40 companies – will now benefit from :

  • AI Act integration – the AI Act will be integrated into the platform via the qualification engine, action plans and templates. Naaia‘s customers will therefore be able to begin the process of achieving rapid and optimum compliance with this new regulation, at the same time as with all the global regulations that the solution already covers;

  • A more granular governance and management thanks to :
    • a distribution of actions by phase of the AIS lifecycle: design & conception, development, deployment, operation ;
    • management of group-level responsibilities. Naaia enables flexible transposition of strategic and governance choices to AIS management, deploying actions by phase and entity.

  • a reinforced mechanism within Naaia Core. Naaia’s action plan module, to enable them to achieve the compliance target while limiting their efforts thanks to :
    • the integration of templates. Naaia offers over 50 templates for various actions, aiding teams in accelerating action plans. Core actions are mutualized across all AIS, grouping key actions to minimize effort and meet obligations efficiently.
    • the gap analysis helps with requalification of an AI system after integration or modification of a regulatory reference framework. It provides a visual and operational view of action gaps.

These new features are integrated into the solution’s 4 functional modules:

  • Naaia Repository acts as an inventory of AI systems managed by the organization, integrated into the platform by the company’s teams.
  • Naaia Assess qualifies each AI system based on key criteria: applicable regulations, operator status, phase, risk level categorization, privacy integration, and intellectual property rights monitoring, including responsibilities between subsidiaries.
  • Naaia Core generates a unique action plan for each AI system, consolidating all applicable standards and providing templates for documenting obligations. Common actions are grouped into « core actions. »
  • Naaia Event Tracker fulfills the post-market monitoring obligation of the AI Act, allowing stakeholders to stay informed and monitor events related to AI systems—such as risks, modifications, and malfunctions—to make informed decisions.
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