CSET’s Executive Director Dewey Murdick offered insights on the challenges of regulating rapidly evolving artificial intelligence (A.I) technology in an article published by The New York Times. The article discusses the growing call for swift government regulation of advanced A.I. systems, as these technologies possess the potential to reshape society. Additionally, it delves into the intricate complexities involved in effectively implementing these regulations.
Regarding the hurdles of regulating rapidly evolving A.I. technology, Murdick sums up the uncertainty stating, “I have no idea where we’ll be in two years.”
Read the full article in The New York Times.