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President Biden today issued an executive order outlining the federal government’s first regulations on AI.
The order requires developers of large AI systems to perform safety tests before selling to the government and requires federal agencies to continuously monitor and evaluate their deployed AI. It also directs the government to develop standards
for companies to label AI-generated content with watermarks.
With AI evolving at breakneck speed and Congress gridlocked, the Biden administration has established some regulatory oversight:
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IANS Faculty member Jake Williams noted that while it is significant that the AI executive order regulates foundation models, most organizations
won't be training foundation models. “This provision is meant to protect society at large and, for most organizations, will have minimal direct impact,” he added.
Here are Jake’s top three takeaways from the executive order:
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