The US Hedge on AI Regulation

Hearing global calls for regulation, the U.S. has instead pushed full speed ahead in advocating artificial intelligence innovation. While Ursula von der Leyen, the incoming European Commission president, has promised legislation for a “coordinated European approach on the human and ethical implications of artificial intelligence”, the U.S. continues to put market-focused growth and development over-regulation. But learning a lesson from GDPR’s global impact, the U.S. earlier this year embraced a vision of collective policy leadership on artificial intelligence principles as a hedge.

Read more from an article by our colleague in Washington DC from the AI Taskforce.

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