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Canadian and EU definitions of Artificial Intelligence; which is better?

I wrote last week about an apparent legal definition of artificial intelligence in a Canadian treasury board directive. At about the same time, the EU was rolling out a discussion paper about a potential definition of AI that looks very much like the kind of thing you would start to insert in legal documents. Here's the Canadian… Continue reading Canadian and EU definitions of Artificial Intelligence; which is better?

AI: What is it?, artificial intelligence, artificial intelligence law, Canada, Collision, Collision Toronto, definition of artificial intelligence, European Union

Did Canada roll out the first legal defintion of artificial intelligence?

The Canadian government, via its Treasury Board, now has a month old Directive on Automated Decision Making. The directive, applying to  federal government departments, is to guide the application of Automated Decision Systems. The intent is to ensure the use of such systems is done with limited risk, with procedural fairness, due process, with assessment of… Continue reading Did Canada roll out the first legal defintion of artificial intelligence?

European Union, Regulating AI, United States

The sound of a starter’s gun?

  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?