Controversy Surrounds Biden’s Use of Emergency Powers to Regulate AI

President Joe Biden’s plan to employ emergency powers to compel technology companies to disclose information about their artificial intelligence (AI) programs has faced criticism from conservatives and lobbyists.

The administration argues that AI projects pose a significant national security threat, justifying the use of the Defense Production Act (DPA) to regulate domestic industries. Critics, including Republican Senator Mike Rounds, argue that there is no national emergency related to AI, and using the DPA for AI regulation is a misuse of executive authority. Some, like Tom Wheeler from the Brookings Institution, defend Biden’s move, citing the lack of congressional action on the issue.

Richard Shaw
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