With 50 states, 535 members of Congress and more than 300 federal agencies, and the many committees and task forces in between, agreeing to a common approach on how to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) in the United States is no easy feat.

After several states took the lead in passing some AI-specific laws, the White House released an executive order on October 30 in hopes of shaping future policies and regulatory efforts from agencies and state legislators.

A panel last Thursday called “AI Law and Policy in the U.S.: Where We’re Headed” at the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ first AI Governance Global conference in Boston highlighted some of the efforts to regulate AI going on across the country, how they fit together, and what future developments may be coming.


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