This February, the European Commission released a white paper on Artificial Intelligence as part of an initiative to collect citizens’ and stakeholders’ views on AI-related policy and regulatory measures. The message is clear: AI is developing quickly, and a regulatory and investment-oriented approach is required to mitigate the risks associated with certain uses of these new technologies.
If we zoom out from the European landscape we see that AI is developing quickly almost everywhere. Across cultures and borders, in industries such as autonomous driving vehicles, face recognition software and drones, there are mounting security and privacy concerns among citizens, and governments are responding.
As part of our year-end series, Synced has compiled a global list of proposals, rules and regulatory frameworks for AI introduced in 2020.
Here is a quick read: 2020 in Review: 8 New AI Regulatory Proposals from Governments