How The World Is Updating Legislation in the Face Of Persistent AI Advances

Kunal Kislay


May 30, 2021

How the World Is Updating Legislation

With the ability to create devices and systems capable of autonomous decisions, arises the need for legislation to monitor artificial intelligence. Amazon’s now scrapped AI recruiting tool is a prime example where it was discovered that the AI tool had a bias towards men. Recently, 13 states across the US placed a ban on the use of AI-based facial recognition technology by the police. Interestingly, 12 of these 13 cities were democrat-elect, implying the cultural difference within a country itself.

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