Amidst the panic, governments around the world are franticly scrambling to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) but face challenges making them work together. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Head of Digital Economy Policy Division Audrey Plonk said, "If we don't move in the same direction on something as important as this, we're all going to suffer."
In a related article for Lawfare, University of Colorado Law School associate professor Margot Kaminski highlights regulators should move away from narrow focused on AI impact assessments. "If regulators want to truly address the harms caused by AI systems, they are going to have to do better than light-touch risk regulation."
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