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Regulatory Markets for AI Safety

@article{Clark2020RegulatoryMF,
  title={Regulatory Markets for AI Safety},
  author={J. Clark and Gillian K. Hadfield},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2001.00078}
}
We propose a new model for regulation to achieve AI safety: global regulatory markets. We first sketch the model in general terms and provide an overview of the costs and benefits of this approach. We then demonstrate how the model might work in practice: responding to the risk of adversarial attacks on AI models employed in commercial drones. 
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