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Defining Artificial Intelligence in Policy versus Practice

  title={Defining Artificial Intelligence in Policy versus Practice},
  author={Peter Krafft and Meg Young and Michael A. Katell and Karen Huang and Ghislain Bugingo},
The recent flood of concern around issues such as social biases implicit in algorithms, economic impacts of artificial intelligence (AI), and potential existential threats posed by the development of AI technology motivate consideration of regulatory action to forestall or constrain certain developments in the fields of AI and machine learning. However, definitional ambiguity hampers the possibility of conversation about these urgent topics of public concern. Legal and regulatory interventions… 

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