An Argument for Hybrid AI Incident Reporting

Lessons Learned from Other Incident Reporting Systems

Ren Bin Lee Dixon

Heather Frase

March 2024

Artificial Intelligence incidents have been occurring with the rapid advancement of AI capabilities over the past decade. However, there is not yet a concerted policy effort in the United States to monitor, document, and aggregate AI incident data to enhance the understanding of AI-related harm and inform safety policies. This report proposes a federated approach consisting of hybrid incident reporting frameworks to standardize reporting practices and prevent missing data.

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