Policymaking Opportunities

Check out some of the ongoing policy discussions related to Artificial Intelligence –

Current/ Upcoming:

European Commission Whitepaper on a Framework for AI Regulation, expected February 19, 2020

Australian Human Rights Commission, Consultation on Human Rights and Technology, Comments accepted until March 10, 2020

World Intellectual Property Organization, Consultation on the impact of artificial intelligence on intellectual property – Consultation closes February 14, 2020

US White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Request for Comments on a draft memo “Guidance for Regulation of Artificial Intelligence Applications” – Comments due March 13, 2020

Past:

UK ICO and the Turing Institute, Consultation on Explaining AI Decisions Guidance, Comments closed January 24, 2020

European Commission, Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI, Piloting Process for Assessment Criteria – closed December 2019

United States Patent & Trade Office, Request for Comments on Intellectual Property Protection for Artificial Intelligence InnovationComment period closed January 10, 2020

U.S. Dep’t of Housing and Urban Development, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking addressing claims and defenses based on disparate impacts of algorithmic systems. Comment period closed October 18, 2019

Nat’l Science Foundation, Update to Strategic Computing Objectives, Request for Information – Comment period closed August 23, 2019

Notice of request for information: Identifying Priority Access or Quality Improvements for Federal data and models for Artificial Intelligence Research and Development (R&D), and Testing. Comments closed August 9, 2019

National Institute for Standards & Technology, Draft Plan for AI Standards – Comments closed July 19, 2019

Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry & Security, Conference on Export Controls – Emerging Technologies, Strategic Trade, and Global Threats (July 9-11, 2019)

U.S. Dep’t of Defense, Defense Innovation Board, Federal Advisory Committee Meeting (July 10, 2019)

Federal Data Strategy, Year-1 Action Plan – Comment period closed July 5, 2019

National Institute for Standards and Technology, Draft White Paper on Combinatorial Methods for Explainability in AI and Machine Learning – Closed July 3, 2019