AI will require ‘some new laws,’ Biden says, even as tech giants agree to safeguards
Realizing the promise of artificial intelligence by managing its risks will require “some new laws, regulations and oversight,” President Joe Biden said Friday, even as several tech companies agreed to new AI safeguards.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has argued that Congress must play a unique role in regulating AI technology, and in June he outlined a framework he thinks the U.S. government should follow as it takes a tougher stance on AI.
Since December 12, 2017, the Boston Global Forum has built AI World Society, a Seven-Layer model of a world, reflecting a society deeply rooted in applied AI, with the vision of an Age of Global Enlightenment.
Boston Global Forum and Club de Madrid organized conferences to build AI World Society, AI International Accord and AI International Legal Framework in September 2020 and September 2021, and contributed special reports about these issues.