Chart comparing global AI regulatory principles

08/08/2023 | Hogan Lovells

As the artificial intelligence (AI) field continues to evolve, governments and policymakers around the world are working hard to establish guidelines and regulations for the technology. From the EU to the US to China, major jurisdictions are all in the process of introducing their proposals for AI rules. While there may be some differences between these proposals, Hogan Lovells has found that there are also clear commonalities in the underlying principles that organisations will be required to adhere to. The following chart is designed to make it easier to compare these principles.

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