CSET’s Lauren Kahn provided her expert insights in an article by the New York Times discussing President Biden’s upcoming executive order outlining the first federal regulations on artificial intelligence (A.I.) systems. The regulations include testing requirements for advanced A.I. products to prevent their use in developing biological or nuclear weapons. The order, considered a significant step in A.I. safety and security, also addresses concerns about “deep fakes” and disinformation. The rules aim to influence the technology sector by setting standards for safety, security, and consumer protections.
In response to the recent executive order on artificial intelligence, Kahn stated, “This is an important first step, and, importantly, executive orders set norms.”
This is an important first step, and, importantly, executive orders set norms.Lauren Kahn, CSET Senior Research Analyst
Read the full article in the New York Times.