AI bill of rights

President Joe Biden holds a meeting with his science and technology advisors at the White House on April 04, 2023 in Washington, DC. Biden met with the group to discuss the advancement of American science, technology, and innovation, including artificial intelligence. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

Regulating AI risk: Why we need to revamp the ‘AI Bill of Rights’ and lean on depoliticized third parties

In an exclusive commentary, Arthur Maccabe argues that AI must be regulated, and that it shouldn't be the job of the federal government alone.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – OCTOBER 20: Director of DARPA, Arati Prabhakar, (L) and coanchor of CNBC’s Squawk Alley, Jon Fortt, speak onstage at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on October 20, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Mike Windle/Getty Images for Vanity Fair)

White House science adviser defends ‘conflicting’ AI frameworks released by Biden admin

Arati Prabhakar said the White House AI Blueprint and the NIST AI framework "are not contradictory," in response to queries from House lawmakers.
WASHINGTON, DC – DECEMBER 13, 2022: Rep. Ted W. Lieu (D-CA), incoming vice chair of the House Democratic Caucus (C), Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-CA) incoming Democratic Caucus chair (L) and incoming Whip Rep. Katherine Clark (D-MA) (R) speak during a press conference with incoming House Democratic Leadership at the U.S. Capitol. (Photo by Nathan Howard/Getty Images)

Reps. Buck and Lieu: AI regulation must reduce risk without sacrificing innovation

In interviews with FedScoop, the congressional AI leaders share their unique and at times contrasting visions for regulation of the technology.
SHANGHAI, CHINA – JUNE 18: Cutting edge applications of Artificial Intelligence are seen on display at the Artificial Intelligence Pavilion of Zhangjiang Future Park during a state organized media tour on June 18, 2021 in Shanghai, China. (Photo by Andrea Verdelli/Getty Images)

G7 nations agree on need for ‘risk-based’ approach to AI regulation

The joint declaration sets out the need for a risk-based approach to regulating AI technology.
Alondra Nelson, deputy director for science and society at OSTP, speaks in Wilmington, Delaware, on January 16, 2021. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images).

White House OSTP chief Alondra Nelson to step down

She has led the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy since the resignation of Eric Lander last year.
WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 27: Committee ranking member Rep. James Comer (R-KY) attends a House Oversight Committee hearing titled Examining the Practices and Profits of Gun Manufacturers in the Rayburn House Office Building. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images).

GOP House committee leaders probe ‘conflicting definitions’ in NIST AI framework and AI ‘Bill of Rights’

A House Science Committee spokesperson says lawmakers' concerns center on varying definitions of the technology included in the two documents.