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The government of the United Kingdom has published a consultation paper seeking input into its proposal for AI regulation. The paper is aptly titled A pro-innovation approach to AI regulation, since it restates that point insistently throughout the document. The UK proposal provides an interesting contrast to Canada’s AI governance bill currently before Parliament. Both Canada and the UK set out to regulate AI systems with the twin goals of supporting innovation on the one…

Tuesday, 21 March 2023 06:50

Explaining the AI and Data Act

Written by Teresa Scassa
The federal government’s proposed Artificial Intelligence and Data Act (AIDA) is currently before Parliament as part of Bill C-27, a bill that will also reform Canada’s private sector data protection law. The AIDA, which I have discussed in more detail in a series of blog posts (here, here, and here), has been criticized for being a shell of a law with essential components (including the definition of the “high impact AI” to which it will…

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