The U.S. AI Regulations​

The U.S. commitment to regulating AI

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The U.S. AI Regulations

The U.S. commitment to regulating AI began with an aspirational approach by publishing the Blueprint for the AI Bill of Rights. In 2023, a transition towards more direct AI regulations at the state level is evident, as seen in the notable instance of New York City’s Local Law 144. These state-level regulations primarily concentrate on issues like profiling, automated decision-making, and their societal impacts.

The U.S. AI Bill of Rights

In 2022, the White House released the Blueprint for the AI Bill of Rights. This document is not legally binding and hinges on AI developers and implementers voluntarily adopting the framework. Its purpose is to safeguard U.S. citizens from potential harms stemming from the use of AI.


AI systems must undergo testing, risk identification, mitigation, and continuous monitoring to demonstrate their safety and effectiveness per their intended purpose.

Developers and implementers of AI systems must proactively and consistently take measures to prevent algorithmic discrimination.

Creators and implementers of automated systems should obtain consent for collecting and using any personal data.

Implementers of automated systems should furnish clear and easily accessible documentation detailing how and when these systems are employed.

When appropriate, individuals should have the choice to opt for a human alternative over automated systems.

State-level regulations

Currently, the U.S. lacks mandatory federal-level regulations for AI. However, businesses using AI must adhere to state-level laws with a narrower scope, primarily dealing with data privacy, profiling, and automated decision-making concerns.