Early Responses to Proposed AI Regulation

As a follow up to last week’s article about the Biden executive order on artificial intelligence (AI), this is a brief overview of one of its provisions that has proven to be controversial — namely, the additional scrutiny that the government plans for AI models and computing clusters over a certain size.  The order states that the Secretary of Commerce shall require that entities acquiring, developing, training, or using such models must report their activities to the government, including…
By: McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP
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