Thune, Klobuchar release bipartisan AI bill   | The Hill

Dopo il decreto di Biden arriva la proposta di legge bipartisan dal congresso. Con diversi punti che assomigliano bene alla proposta europea…

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The bipartisan Artificial Intelligence Research, Innovation, and Accountability Act of 2023 will define terms related to generative AI, including what is considered “critical-impact,” as well as create standards for AI systems to follow.Notably, the bill would set in place a system to require “critical-impact” AI organizations to self-certify as meeting compliance standards.

The proposal would task the Commerce Department with submitting a five-year plan for testing and certifying critical-impact AI. The department would also be required to regularly update the plan.

The bill, which is co-sponsored by Sens. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), John Hickenlooper (D-Colo.), Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) and Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.), would also direct the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop standards for the authenticity of online content.

The NIST would also be tasked with developing recommendations to agencies for technical, risk-based guardrails on “high-impact” AI systems. Companies deploying “high-impact” AI systems would be required to submit transparency reports to the Commerce Department.

Source: Thune, Klobuchar release bipartisan AI bill   | The Hill

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