Artificial intelligence legal issues and compliance
- January 08, 2020
While the recommendations for AI regulation in the White House memo are loose, they appear to show the government is beginning to embrace AI, and could be a start toward oversight.
- January 06, 2020
The Trump administration's move to limit export of AI-based geospatial imaging software extends U.S. restrictions on technology that foreign countries could use to develop weapons systems.
- October 07, 2019
The Department of Energy's chief commercialization officer works with the DoE's national laboratories on transferring AI and other technologies to the private sector.
- September 19, 2019
As organizations wrestle with AI ethical concerns, they need to create AI ethicist roles or develop teams to consider issues around data governance, data privacy and AI ethics.
- August 08, 2019
As enterprises begin to deploy AI, they should focus on AI and ethics issues, as well as data privacy, and begin to create policies and guidelines around them.
- June 26, 2019
Many constituencies are on a push toward explainable AI algorithms, as AI technologies become more widespread, powerful and relied upon than ever before.
- June 25, 2019
Government AI regulation is needed, AI experts and policymakers concur. But, there's no clear consensus on how much regulation by the government is necessary.
- May 29, 2019
Human rights advocate Bjørn Stormorken talks about the importance of data privacy laws, and why stronger laws and more data literacy are necessary today.
- April 29, 2019
Transportation and logistics companies are eying an ever expanding role for AI in their products and services, ranging from safer cars to prompter shipments.