The future of AI regulation is coming to the fore


Assemblyman Clyde Vanel has taken a bold step into the future of technology management, introducing a groundbreaking package of four bills that address various implications artificial intelligence (AI).

At the core of this legislative package is a comprehensive bill aimed at regulating high-risk applications of artificial intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence is poised to redefine almost every industry in our lives,” said representative Vanel.

“It is our responsibility to ensure that we benefit from its adoption and that we minimize and control its potential harm.”

Advantages of the AI ​​legislative package:

High Risk AI Licensing Act | A8195High risk HAVE The Licensing Act establishes a robust regulatory framework for overseeing AI applications that pose significant societal risks. All persons developing such systems will be required to register with the State Department. Examples include AI weapons, systems that could have a harmful impact on infrastructure or the environment, AI that enhances law enforcement, the judiciary or legislation, AI that decodes or interprets neural activity, AI that controls financial systems and more.

Striking a balance between safety and innovation, the Act also sets out prohibited AI technologies while introducing the REACTIONS framework – an ethical code of conduct to be followed by all high-risk AI licensees.

“Our intention is to cultivate a conducive environment for AI innovation in New York while ensuring the responsible use of technology,” Assemblyman Vanel noted,

Artificial intelligence has enormous potential, but its power must be used carefully and responsibly. This is precisely why we are creating the means to license and guide the development and application of these artificial intelligence systems.”

Law on Artificially Generated and Processed Evidence | A8110
This law paves the way for a standardized framework governing the admissibility of evidence created or processed by artificial intelligence in both criminal and civil court proceedings. It is meant to be solved the “black box” problem., a problem that persists among AI applications where no one, not even the system’s developers, can determine exactly how the system makes its decisions. Vanel emphasized this concern and explained,

“The opaque nature of AI decision-making—the “black box” problem—requires strict scrutiny, especially when these systems influence legal verdicts. New York has a historic problem with wrongful convictions technology

; we cannot allow a new wave of false convictions to emerge with AI evidence.”AI Bill of Rights


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| A8126
Drawing inspiration from white paper This bill, authored by the White House Office of Science and Technology, aims to ensure that every New Yorker can confidently navigate an AI-augmented world with rights protected. “Given the pervasive influence of artificial intelligence, it is paramount to have legislative protections against its potential misuse,” Vanel pointed out.The Responsible Use of Artificial Intelligence Act

| A8101
This law mandates developers of generative and tracking AI solutions, such as text, audio, video and image generators, to obtain a commitment to ethical use from users. Cases have already been reported panic breaks out content generated by artificial intelligence and this law aims to solve this problem.“AI introduces manipulation possibilities far beyond the traditional media manipulation we are used to and which we can easily refute. It is our duty to pre-emptively face the challenges these advances present,” Vanel remarked.

Other notable AI bills from Assemblyman Vanel:

A4969
Creates a temporary commission to study and examine how to regulate artificial intelligence, robotics and automation (on the Governor’s desk)

A6896
Require landlords to provide a copy of the lease upon written request (created and written by AI)

A7904
It requires disclosure of the use of artificial intelligence in political communications

A6790
It prohibits the creation of synthetic media with the intention of influencing the outcome of elections

A6775
Investigates the offense of unauthorized distribution or publication of a falsified photograph, cameraman or audio recording

A2598
Establishes the New York State Autonomous Vehicle Task Force.

Photo credit: Assemblyman Clyde Vanel with Boston Dynamics controlling SPOT the robotic dog.

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