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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly in AI regulations | Bobby Bahov's newsletter

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly in AI regulations | Bobby Bahov's newsletter
By Bobby Bahov • Issue #5 • View online
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It took some time but itโ€™s finally here - my analysis on the recent attempts towardsย regulating Artificial Intelligence. โš–๐Ÿค–
For a very quick TLDR:
  • The EC released a lengthy analysis on how they aim to regulate AI in the EU. Although there are some good points, this is very far from what we actually need and thereโ€™s a higher risk of preventing innovation than preventing possible problems.
  • Only two days before that, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in the US, released a very short blog post with its own take on how to approach AI regulation. Again, there are some good ideas but it still very rough and nothing close to a policy.
  • In Norway, they are setting up innovation labs where businesses can work closely with the regulators to ensure thereโ€™s no bias and risk with AI solutions.
It seems the Norwegian approach makes the most sense so far but it will still be at least a few years until we actually have anything tangible in terms of legislation.
For my full analysis, check the video below.

The Recent Developments Towards AI Regulation and Why It Still Needs More Work
The Recent Developments Towards AI Regulation and Why It Still Needs More Work
And while we debate on how to regulate it...
Finally, hereโ€™s some food for thought from Heraclitus, the Greek philosopher:
โ€œNo man ever steps in the same river twice, for it is not the same river and he is not the same man.โ€
Enjoy your day and cheers,
Bobby
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Bobby Bahov

Hi, I'm Bobby Bahov, a tech entrepreneur and business advisor. I create content and share information about exponential technologies, business, innovation, and sustainability.

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