The White House on Tuesday, January 7 proposed regulatory principles to govern the development and use of artificial intelligence (AI) aimed at limiting authorities’ “overreach”, and said it wants European officials to likewise avoid aggressive approaches.
In a fact sheet, the White House said federal agencies should:
“conduct risk assessment and cost-benefit analyses prior to any regulatory action on AI, with a focus on establishing flexible frameworks rather than one-size-fits-all regulation.”
The White House OIRA published a draft memorandum “Guidance for Regulation of Artificial Intelligence” requesting comments from the heads of executive departments and agencies on January 13.
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