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Organizations are increasingly relying upon and integrating artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, including automated decision-making (ADM) processes, into their workflows and utilizing these applications for critical decision-making processes.[1] AI is being leveraged for a variety of use cases (e.g., IT process automation, marketing and customer care, security and threat detection, recruitment and employment, etc.) and across different industries including technology and communications, financial services, manufacturing, and consumer services. Any AI system is driven and sustained by…

Regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) is the topic du jour, considered by many to be one of the most important issues today. Many governments worldwide have responded by issuing national plans, guidelines, and ethics codes that highlight the essential principles for developing ethical AI, such as the European Union’s Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI (April 2019) and OECD’s Council Recommendation on Artificial Intelligence (May 2019). Although the United States was initially less legislatively active than…