Governments around the world are taking steps to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. Various forms of legislation are being developed, ranging from comprehensive regulations to more targeted laws designed for specific uses of AI. In addition, many countries are adopting voluntary guidelines and standards to ensure the safety and fairness of AI systems.
The IAPP has developed a new tracker to monitor and report on these legislative efforts. While not exhaustive, the tracker provides insights into the wider context of AI governance in the selected jurisdictions. It also lists index rankings provided by Tortoise Media, which measures each country's level of investment, innovation, and implementation of AI.
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