How do you regulate AI?

Helen Simm examines what direction the government might take on AI in a post-Brexit Britain 

24 Jun 2020

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Alphabet and its subsidiary Google said: “Now there is no question in my mind that artificial intelligence needs to be regulated. It is too important not to. The only question is how to approach it.” There are a plethora of challenges facing governments and regulators in the struggle to keep up with the rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI). AI has been globally identified as a significant area of strategic importance and is considered key to global economic development.

However, it is clear a balance needs to be struck between promoting technological innovation and ensuring the public’s rights are protected to increase public trust in this constantly developing field. There is no...

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