Explainers & Issue Briefs
HAI’s explainers and issues briefs take AI/ML relevant legislation or other legal documents and highlight key points so anyone can efficiently find the information needed to make effective decisions.
The 2022 NDAA contains a number of provisions directly relevant to artificial intelligence (AI). We identified and described the provisions related to AI and other activities or technologies that could impact U.S. advancement of AI in this 2,165-page bill.
Numerous provisions of consequence related to artificial intelligence (AI) were included in the final conference report of the NDAA. Here, we summarize the AI aspects of the 4,517 page bill so you don’t have to. This explainer provides a step-by-step rundown of every provision in the final conference report that speaks to AI.
Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have led to excitement about important scientific discoveries and technological innovations. Increasingly, however, researchers in AI safety, ethics, and other disciplines are identifying risks in how AI technologies are developed, deployed, and governed. Academics, policymakers, and technologists have called for more proactive measures to tackle risks associated with AI and its applications. These range from voluntary frameworks to supranational legislation. Legislative action is on the rise. The world’s first legal framework for AI was unveiled on April 21, 2021, when the European Commission published a to regulate “high-risk” AI use cases.
Input on the European Commission White Paper “On Artificial Intelligence – A European approach to excellence and trust”
White Paper by “Wonks and Techies,” a multi-disciplinary group at Stanford University, cooperating on international technology and policy issues, led by Ms. Marietje Schaake.