Published in The Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law (January-February 2021)
Many information security and privacy laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act and the New York Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act require periodic assessments of an organization’s information management systems. Because many organizations collect, use, and store personal information from individuals—much of which could be used to embarrass or impersonate those individuals if inappropriately accessed—these laws require organizations to regularly test and improve the security they use to protect that information.
As of yet, there is no similar specific law in the United States directed at artificial intelligence systems (“AIS”), requiring the organizations that rely on AIS to test its accuracy, fairness, bias, discrimination, privacy, and security.
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