“The threat to civil rights, civil liberties and privacy is one of the biggest considerations made in regulating AI in the U.S.” In this recent VentureBeat article, Monitaur CEO Anthony Habayeb and Reporter Chris J. Preimesberger share a round-up of what’s new in AI regulation as well as what could be in store moving forward in 2022.
Europe and the UK
- Europe is moving quickly toward comprehensive legislation regulating how AI can be used across industries.
Individual U.S. states
- The United States has taken a less-centralized approach to AI regulation. States legislatures have taken steps to regulate this agile technology, but the federal government has made little progress compared to Europe.
U.S. federal authorities
- Many U.S. agencies took steps in 2021 and early 2022 toward centralized AI governance, including: National Security Commission and Government Accountability Office (GAO), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Department of Commerce, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST).