The United States legislature confirmed receipt of bipartisan bills targeting regulatory framework on artificial intelligence. The bills target instilling sanity in government transparency when applying artificial intelligence (AI). The bipartisan bill seeks to establish the Office of Global Competition Analysis with oversight responsibilities on tech innovation.
Bipartisan Bills to Check US Government Transparency Issues in AI
The lawmakers proposed bipartisan bills to rein in transparency issues and innovation in the popular AI application. The initial bill introduced on Thursday, June 8, features Republican senators Mike Braun and James Lankford teaming up with Democrat Gary Peters. The bill obligates the government to exercise transparency when using AI.
The bill mandates all government agencies to disclose to the public when using AI in its interaction. Also, the bill proposes including a system that will facilitate citizens’ appeal decisions reached using AI.
Senator Braun admitted the need for the federal government to proactively exercise transparency during AI utilization with the ensuing decisions attained with humans in mind.
Pursue AI Innovation Without Compromising Humanity Wellbeing
The second bill tabled before the Senate features two Democratic Senators, Michael Bennet, and Mark Warner, teaming up with Republican Todd Young. The bill prioritizes the creation of the Office of Global Competition Analysis. The new division aims at positioning the US on the echelon of AI development. Bennet indicated that the United States could not watch losing its competitive edge in emerging strategic technologies such as AI, quantum computing, and semiconductors to rival nations such as China.
Bennet’s statements echo the announcement issued by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer when introducing the bills. He rallied members to embrace sobriety as the legislators debated the bipartisan bills. Also, he encouraged members to participate in the upcoming AI-oriented briefings meant to sensitize lawmakers on the tech.
The emergence of regulations aiming to reign control over AI is timely when global regulators are portraying increased attention to the new tech benefits and drawbacks. The introduction of the two bipartisan bills signals that AI discussions are beyond the tech circles and into the legislative spaces.
UK and EU Quest for Ethical Artificial Intelligence
This week, UK officials emphasized the need to enact AI regulation whose scope and ramification matches those applied in the medicine and nuclear power sectors. A subsequent communication on the same day featured a warning by a UK official that leaving the models without regulatory control could threaten humanity.
The two bipartisan bills align with the efforts undertaken by Europe lawmakers to finalize the EU Artificial Intelligence Act. The proposed legislation involves comprehensive regulations to guide generative AI deployment.
The approval of the Artificial Intelligence Act will reinforce the position adopted by European regulators to obligate the labeling of all AI-generated content.
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