Canada, European Union, Principles of AI regulation, Regulating AI

EU briefing on AI ethics implementation hints at new laws

The Parliamentary Research Service of the EU has issued a briefing last month. I've written previously on the European Union recommendations for trustworthy Artificial Intelligence. This briefing starts to consider how to implement them. A few things are of note here. The first is the recognition that EU ethics guidelines are non-binding and there is no regulatory oversight… Continue reading EU briefing on AI ethics implementation hints at new laws

artificial intelligence, NIST, Regulating AI, Uncategorized, United States

NIST makes a list

As part of its response to the White House's February 2019 executive order on artificial intelligence, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has issued a plan for federal engagement in developing technical standates and related tools . Technical standards are notied as being important to drive innovation, public trust and public confidence and to develop… Continue reading NIST makes a list

European Union, India, Principles of AI regulation, Regulating AI

Indo-French Bi-lateral cooperation on AI

Interesting to see national bi-lateral cooperation on AI. In the regulatory sphere, India and France commit to sharing expertise and best practices. Coordination in regulatory affairs and shared goals is noted. Indian rules that are consistent with--or at least that share common goals--the GDPR are identified as a goal. The language is interesting when it states that… Continue reading Indo-French Bi-lateral cooperation on AI

artificial intelligence, artificial intelligence law, Canada, Regulating AI

Nothing, Eh.

I mentioned recently some US state initiatives on artificial intelligence. A further round up of those is here. Lots of potential regulatory first steps underway. Or at least discussions about it. So if the states are underway, what are Canadian provinces doing? Pick your favourite Canadian province and run a search to see if they are doing… Continue reading Nothing, Eh.

AI governance, artificial intelligence, legal theory, liability, Regulating AI, United States

New York temporary state commission on Artificial Intelligence

(Opposite of artificial information in NY). I wrote in my last post about the commission being set up by New York State to study artificial intelligence regulation. And I suggested that maybe folks spend less time studying and more time moving ahead. And that I would try to find the legislation. Found it! So there's good in… Continue reading New York temporary state commission on Artificial Intelligence

AI governance, artificial intelligence, artificial intelligence law, Regulating AI, United States

New York, New York…AI want to be a part of it…

Photo by Matias Di Meglio on Pexels.com So the State of New York has gone ahead with creating a commission to study AI. I'm glad that part of the mandate is to figure out how to regulate AI. I'd tell you more about the commission and what it is going to do but I can't actually… Continue reading New York, New York…AI want to be a part of it…

AI governance, artificial intelligence, Australia, definition of artificial intelligence, Regulating AI

Australians to develop standards for AI regulation

Standards Australia, the quasi-governmental organization for developing non-government standards down under, has released a paper calling for input on AI standards. A June 2019 discussion paper kicks off the process. The meat of the paper starts with a "What is Artificial Intelligence?" section which is appreciated, given how many of these papers and calls for input skip… Continue reading Australians to develop standards for AI regulation