Guidance on Federal AI Regulations Coming Shortly, Federal CTO Says

The White House will soon issue guidance on how agencies should approach regulating specific applications of artificial intelligence under their purview, according to the federal chief technology officer.

The memorandum, mandated under the Trump administration’s AI executive order, is intended to help agency leaders strike a balance between fostering the tech’s growth and defending against its potentially harmful applications, according to federal Chief Technology Officer Michael Kratsios.

“This will be the first document that has legal force around the way that agencies should be looking at regulating artificial intelligence technologies,” he said Tuesday at the Politico AI Summit. “I think it will set the tone globally on the way that we can be pro-innovation while also protecting American safety.”

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