Will the White House AI Executive Order deliver on its promises?
Coherent Identifier 20.500.12592/8cp7jt

Will the White House AI Executive Order deliver on its promises?

2 November 2023

Summary

On October 30, 2023, President Biden signed an Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence. The Executive Order (EO) features eight guiding principles--new standards for AI safety; protecting Americans' privacy; advancing equity and civil rights; standing up for consumers, patients, and students; supporting workers; promoting innovation and competition; advancing American leadership abroad; and ensuring responsible and effective government use of AI--and charges federal agencies with both drafting guidelines for responsible AI and taking steps to regulate and review its applications. The EO also builds on prior AI guidance, such as the White House's national Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights and the National Institute for Standards in Technology (NIST) AI Risk Management Framework, and takes cues from existing and future global regulation, such as the European Union's AI Act.

Published in
United States of America

Creators/Authors

Andrew W. Wyckoff
Nonresident Senior Fellow - Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation

Joseph B. Keller
Visiting Fellow - Foreign Policy, Strobe Talbott Center for Security, Strategy, and Technology

Cameron F. Kerry
Ann R. and Andrew H. Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow - Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation

Aaron Klein
Miriam K. Carliner Chair - Economic Studies,, Senior Fellow - Center on Regulation and Markets

Mark Muro
Senior Fellow - Brookings Metro

Nicol Turner Lee
Senior Fellow - Governance Studies,, Director - Center for Technology Innovation

Chinasa T. Okolo
Fellow - Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation

Tom Wheeler
Visiting Fellow - Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation

John Villasenor
Nonresident Senior Fellow - Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation

Anton Korinek
Nonresident Fellow - Economic Studies, Center on Regulation and Markets

Courtney C. Radsch
Fellow, Institute for Technology, Law, and Policy - UCLA,, Director, Center for Journalism and Liberty - Open Markets Institute

Darrell M. West
Senior Fellow - Center for Technology Innovation,, Douglas Dillon Chair in Governmental Studies

Mark MacCarthy
Nonresident Senior Fellow - Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation

Tags

artificial intelligence presidency u.s. democracy u.s. states and territories governance studies technology & information center for technology innovation internet & telecommunications technology policy & regulation

Topics