Here's a variance on most of the AI regulation clarion calls of panic. Pekka Ala-Pietila calls for hitting the snooze button on AI regulation as he leads the development of principles for regulations (go ahead, borrow mine). There are a few things I find interesting about this. First, I do agree and have noted on this… Continue reading No time like the later.
Will this be something? I've written on this blog about the difficulty of not having AI regulation that reaches across borders. Here we have the UK's Financial Conduct Authority proposing to work with other agencies from several states and across five continents on tech regulation including regulation of AI. Seems like it could be an important first… Continue reading The sound of a starter’s gun?
This is the G7 Innovation Minister's statement on Artificial Intelligence from the G7 meeting in Charlevoix in May of this year. Once again I'm a little late to the party even though it happened in Canada. Frankly it's a trite and disappointing hodge-podge of low quality ideas with no central theme linked by the liberal use… Continue reading The G7 on AI; not A1.
The European Union has reached agreement on legislation that is designed to allow free movement of data across borders. You can find the proposal which includes an explanatory memorandum and the regulation, including a six-page, 30 paragraph set of recitals, here. (Ed. note, Q: how many bureaucrats does it take to write European Parliament recitals; A: I… Continue reading AI, EU and sometimes the Why