Regulating AI, Uncategorized

Two perspectives on AI regulation

One sentence in this interview with  Paul Triolo of Eurasia Group caught my attention:

“The government role at present on AI development in general has been to take a hands-off approach to regulation, and encourage innovation.”

Interesting. But I’m not sure I believe that. I’m not a big proponent of excess regulation but I’m inclined to think that any current government approach is rather one of being only peripherally aware that there might be something to regulate. Or that there might be something important to deal with. Otherwise we’re suggesting the current policy, as an overt policy decision, is:

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Here’s an article put forward by the law firm of White & Case that takes and altternate view of suggesting that we should now begin to consider what regulatory developments will be needed.

 

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