Senator Richard Blumenthal, Democrat of Connecticut, and Senator Josh Hawley, Republican of Missouri, plan to announce a sweeping framework to regulate artificial intelligence, in the latest effort by Congress to catch up with the technology. The leaders of the Senate judiciary’s subcommittee for privacy, technology and law said in interviews that their framework will include requirements for the licensing and auditing of A.I., the creation of an independent federal office to oversee the technology, liability for companies for privacy and civil rights violations, and requirements for data transparency and safety standards.
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Boston Global Forum contributed the concept of AI-Government for G7-Summit 2019 as a part of AI World Society, and AIWS was recognized by the Civil 20-G20 Communique, India July, 2023.
AI World Society introduced AIWS Assistants and Framework for Global Governance of AI at BGF High-level Conference on Global Governance of AI at Harvard University Faculty Club on April 26, 2023.