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Comparing US Algorithmic Accountability Act and EU AI Act: Navigating the Future of AI Governance
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lives, the need for effective governance and regulation becomes increasingly crucial. In recent years, both the United States and the European Union have proposed legislative frameworks aimed at addressing the challenges posed by AI technologies. The US Algorithmic Accountability Act (AAA) and the EU AI Act are two key pieces of legislation that seek to establish a regulatory landscape for AI on both sides of the Atlantic.
At the time I write this, none of it has been enacted into law yet. However, it is very possible that the EU AI Act will become effective in 2021, and the US will likely follow suit afterwards.
In this article, we will delve into the similarities and differences between these two proposals, exploring what they can teach us about the future direction of AI regulation. So, let’s dive in and see how these two giants are shaping the world of AI governance.
The Legal Frontier of Artificial Intelligence: Balancing Progress and Regulation
A recent Forbes article highlighted the disruptive impact of AI on established companies like IBM and Chegg. The article reported that IBM's AI-powered Project Debater, which can analyze and synthesize vast amounts of data to generate coherent arguments, has led to job losses within the company. Similarly, Chegg, an online education platform, has seen a decline in demand for its human tutors as AI-driven tutoring services gain popularity.
These examples demonstrate the transformative power of AI and its potential to displace human workers across various industries. While AI can undoubtedly bring about increased efficiency and productivity, it also raises pressing legal questions regarding employment rights, data protection, and intellectual property.
Auto-GPT: Unleashing a Legal Pandora’s Box?
As an experienced lawyer in Germany who is well-versed in artificial intelligence (AI) and law, I have been keeping a close eye on AI’s impact on content creation. The rise of AI-generated content has brought forth numerous legal challenges that need to be addressed, such as copyright infringement and privacy concerns. The emergence of Auto-GPT — which is even more sophisticated than ChatGPT — has further complicated the issue. In this article, I will examine the legal complexity of Auto-GPT and provide an overview of its capabilities and applications.
Link to article: https://dhillemann.medium.com/auto-gpt-unleashing-a-legal-pandoras-box-749c4408cf27
As people start to turn to ChatGPT for legal counsel, should regulators respond?
As the world continues to shift towards digital communication, it's no surprise that legal counsel is also becoming available through chatbots. But as more and more people turn to ChatGPT for legal advice, should regulators be taking action to ensure the quality and ethics of these services? Link to article: https://dhillemann.medium.com/as-people-start-to-turn-to-chatgpt-for-legal-counsel-should-regulators-respond-20c552fe4909
The Symbiotic Relationship Between Artificial Intelligence and Human Touch
As we continue to advance in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI), it is crucial to recognize the importance of maintaining a balance between AI and human touch. While AI has the potential to revolutionize various industries, it cannot replace the unique qualities that humans bring to the table. In this opinion piece, I will discuss the significance of preserving the human touch in the age of AI, the potential consequences of relying solely on AI, and the solutions that can be implemented to ensure a harmonious coexistence between AI and human beings.
Über Law of the Future - The Podcast on Law & Technology with Dennis Hillemann
The innovative podcast on disruptive technologies, politics and the law of the 21st century. Dennis Hillemann discusses with his guests how we must change our minds, our politics and our legislation to fully adapt the possibilities of new technologies to make this a better world for all of us. Explaining tech simply and to the point, Dennis dives deep into the tensions between technology and law. He aims for a broader acceptance of basic law rules when it comes to technology and wants to spread the news: We all must change minds and regulations now.