Summary: On Monday the White House is expected to unveil a sweeping executive order on artificial intelligence, marking the U.S. government’s latest progress on regulating AI. The following Duke University experts are available to talk about AI and the order.
Cynthia Rudin is a professor of computer science and AI scholar and researcher with deep concerns over the direction AI-fueled technologies are headed right now. She has called on the federal government to regulate AI companies ASAP and says a lack of regulation could bring really horrific consequences — like war. She wrote about her concerns in The Hill.
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Lee Tiedrich, J.D., is an expert in legal and policy approaches to creating trustworthy AI, both in the U.S. and in other countries through her role in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and Global Partnership on AI (GPAI) AI expert groups. As AI leaders call for more regulation, Tiedrich can speak to how the U.S. and other countries are attempting this, and what’s possible given the legal and policy framework in the U.S.
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