Artificial intelligence
Any regulation for AI is going to have to be broad and principles based, like the GDPR in Europe. We just do not know enough to be prescriptive at this point.
AI rockets ahead in vacuum of U.S. regulation
State of play: "It's a patchwork system [of AI regulation] in the United States," with some laws around transparency and preventing discrimination from AI on the state level but only early moves at the federal level, Jessica Newman, who leads the AI Security Initiative at the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, told Axios.
"I still think there's a long way to go and I would love to see federal AI regulation that is more comprehensive," Newman said.
What's happening: In Congress, lawmakers have proposed regulations on the use of facial recognition and other applications of AI.
Driving the news: This week, the National Institutes for Science and Technology, part of the Department of Commerce, put out a long-awaited AI framework, meant to give companies guidance on using, designing or deploying AI systems.
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