The Biden administration’s recent AI executive order represents a significant step in AI policy. CSET researchers have analyzed the EO meticulously, identifying critical provisions and listing questions for further investigation.
To streamline our analysis and facilitate broader understanding, we created a tracker of all of the key provisions of the EO, specifically those with deadlines (usually enumerated as “within ### days of the date of this order”). We are sharing this tracker to assist those interested in the EO or working in related fields and we plan to add additional and features over time.
Please bookmark this post for updates and our blog for additional reactions to the EO.
EO Task Tracker
The tracker, based on a detailed examination of the full text of the executive order, outlines both the key roles responsible for implementation (“Who is Responsible?”) and the supporting organizations (“With Support from?”). It offers a comprehensive overview of the EO’s implementation timeline. The tracker’s deadlines are based on the date of the EO’s announcement, October 30, 2023.
Request for Public Input Tracker
As part of the EO, at least four government requests for comment or information are mandated. CSET is tracking these requests for input below:
If you notice anything missing, have questions or recommendations on ways to improve the tracker, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read More of Our Analysis of the EO:
- On Section 4 in Breaking Down the Biden AI EO: Ensuring Safe and Secure AI
- On Section 4.4 in Breaking Down the Biden AI EO: Screening DNA Synthesis and Biorisk
- On Section 10 implementation via Draft OMB Memo in Comment on OMB RFC