On 30 October 2022, President Biden signed an executive order containing an extensive list of measures that federal agencies will need to take in order to manage the risks of artificial intelligence.
In a recent judgment, a federal district court in the US held that the US Copyright Office acted correctly in denying copyright registration for a work generated by an AI-application.
The US Copyright Office has reviewed a request for copyright registration for the comic book "Zarya of the Dawn", which was partially generated by AI. It decided to grant copyright for the comic book as a whole but not for the individual illustrations.
To improve the identification and mitigation of risks concerning AI, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology introduced a Framework on the risk management of artificial intelligence.
The CHIPS and Science Act is a U.S. federal law that provides 250 billion dollars to bolster US semiconductor capacity, boost domestic R&D, create regional high-tech hubs and a invests in a bigger, more inclusive STEM workforce.
De Defense Innovation Unit, onderdeel van het Amerikaanse Departement van Defensie, heeft richtlijnen voor verantwoorde AI afgekondigd.