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Regulation of AI and Algorithms in the US: Federal, State-level and Local Approaches

November 14, 2022

Across the US, legislation aiming to regulate the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and automated systems is starting to emerge. While most of these efforts are at the state and local level, with California, New York City, DC, and Colorado all proposing legislation, some efforts have also been made at the federal level.

Across the US, legislation aiming to regulate the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and automated systems is starting to emerge. While most of these efforts are at the state and local level, with California, New York City, DC, and Colorado all proposing legislation, some efforts have also been made at the federal level.

The focus of the legislation is varied; some focus on specific sectors, such as HR tech and insurance, while others take a sector-agnostic approach. However, these regulations all share the same goal: to make AI and automated systems safer, and increase the accountability of those designing, developing, and deploying them.

Download our white paper below for an overview of the AI regulatory landscape in the US.

Written by Ashyana-Jasmine Kachra, Public Policy Intern at Holistic AI & Airlie Hilliard, Senior Researcher at Holistic AI.

Regulation of AI and Algorithms in the US: Federal, State-level and Local Approaches

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