German Report May Be Road Map For Future AI Regulation

Law360 (November 12, 2019, 1:24 PM EST) -- As artificial intelligence races to the horizon, global lawmakers and regulators are starting to lace up their running shoes to try to catch up. The first big indicator of where the law may be headed has just emerged from Germany's Data Ethics Commission, which released a landmark 240-page report on Oct. 23 with 75 recommendations for regulating data, algorithmic systems and AI.[1] 

The report responds to the challenges of the AI-driven world ahead — one in which computers will be steadily more capable of executing sophisticated functions that depend not just on what their human masters design and direct, but on...

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