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?
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has released a report delightfully entitled A Financial System That Creates Economic Opportunities: Nonbank Financials, Fintech, and Innovation. No doubt with a name like that everyone ran to pick up a copy. Well they should because it's pretty good. It covers a lot of ground including some thoughts around… Continue reading A letter from Braavos
A couple of days ago I began a list of principles of AI regulation . I am unashamed to say that most of these are likely to come from other sources. But the second principle I propose is that all AI must fail the Turing Test (which was a clumsy artful way of saying that… Continue reading AI, unmasked
The US Government Accountability Office released a report entitled "Artificial Intelligence: Emerging Opportunities, Challenges, and Implications for Policy and Research" yesterday. You should be able to guess what it is about. If not, it comes with a handy graphic that may help you reach a conclusion: The report comes from a forum of experts held… Continue reading US Government Accountability Office Report on AI