The Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights is a set of five principles and associated practices to help guide the design, use, and deployment of automated systems to protect the rights of the American public in the age of artificial intelligence.SOURCE: White House web site
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(a) Establishment; purposes
The President shall establish and implement an initiative to be known as the "National Artificial Intelligence Initiative". The purposes of the Initiative shall be to-
(1) ensure continued United States leadership in artificial intelligence research and development;
(2) lead the world in the development and use of trustworthy artificial intelligence systems in the public and private sectors;
(3) prepare the present and future United States workforce for the integration of artificial intelligence systems across all sectors of the economy and society; and
(4) coordinate ongoing artificial intelligence research, development, and demonstration activities among the civilian agencies, the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community to ensure that each informs the work of the others. SOURCE: 15 USC 9411
The Commission is seeking information concerning certain investments in or partnerships with Artificial Intelligence developers and the potential impact of such partnerships and investments on competition. The Special Report will assist the Commission in conducting a study of these investments and partnerships.
The European Parliament is an important forum for political debate and decision-making at the EU level. The Members of the European Parliament are directly elected by voters in all Member States to represent people’s interests with regard to EU law-making and to make sure other EU institutions are working democratically.. SOURCE: The EU Parliament website.
Above the Law takes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of law. The site provides news and insights about the profession’s most colorful personalities and powerful institutions, as well as original commentary on breaking legal developments. Above the Law is published by Breaking Media. Source: website
Law Technology Today - Law Technology Today (LTT) is published by the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC). LTT was launched in 2012 to provide the legal community with practical guidance for the present and sensible strategies for the future. LTT brings together practicing lawyers, technology professionals, and practice management experts from a wide range of practice settings and backgrounds. Source website
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The OECD AI Principles promote use of AI that is innovative and trustworthy and that respects human rights and democratic values. Adopted in May 2019, they set standards for AI that are practical and flexible enough to stand the test of time. Source: web site