CSET’s Emmy Probasco and Dewey Murdick shared their expert analysis in an op-ed published by TIME. In their piece, they delve into the increasing reliance on artificial intelligence (AI) in various sectors, such as restaurants and news publishing, and emphasize the need for regulations that extend beyond major companies and government users.
Probasco and Murdick highlight a three-pronged approach to regulate AI: regulating the technology itself, the users, and their units. This approach involves implementing qualifications, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and delineated authorities, similar to the military’s strategy.
Read the full op-ed in TIME.