Recent Developments in Artificial Intelligence Governance

As the development of artificial intelligence (AI) systems accelerates globally and the benefits and risks of their use become evident, calls for government regulation in the U.S. and abroad have accelerated. Two significant governmental developments occurred in the past month to respond to these calls. In an executive order issued at the end of October, President Joe Biden revealed a comprehensive set of guidelines and policy goals for the future of AI development and regulation. Less than a month later, the U.S., U.K., and more than a dozen other countries unveiled the first international agreement on AI safety and security. Though differing in scope and actionable initiatives, the two documents reflect an international acknowledgment of the global impact and risks posed by AI systems, as well as an urgency to create proactive policies for their regulation.

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