The Center for AI and Digital Policy provides recommendations to national governments and international organizations in response to requests for comments and also in situations where the Center believes it is important to highlight important AI policy issues. The CAIDP Statements are closely aligned with CAIDP's work to promote the Public Voice in AI policy.
The Center provided comments on AI policy to the following national governments and international organizations:
The Center also expressed support for the following initiatives:
The Center has also published a statement concerning Ukraine.
Youth Open Letter on AI Risks (April 30, 2023)
Vote to Protect the Human Rights of people on the move and migrants in the Artificial Intelligence Act
The Center is urging support for a ban on Facial Surveillance Technology and other forms of mass biometric identification. The campaign grows out of earlier research for the report AI and Democratic Values, which found that Facial Surveillance Technology is the most controversial application of AI and the most closely associated with the denial of fundamental rights and the rule of law. (Posted October 2022)
Building upon A Manifesto in Defence of Democracy and the Rule of Law, the Transatlantic Reflection Group on Democracy and the Rule of Law has reconvened to draft a second consensus manifesto that shifts focus from the design of law to the enforcement of law.
The Manifesto on Enforcing Law in the Age of AI offers 10 recommendations for addressing the key enforcement challenges. CAIDP strongly supports this initiative. (Posted October 2022)
CAIDP Statement to the Senate Commerce Committee on FTC, AI and the CAIDP OpenAI CimComplaint (Sept. 27, 2023)
CAIDP's Merve Hickok statement on AI Policy before the US Congress, March 8, 2022 - “The U.S. does not have the guardrails in place, the laws that we need, the public education, or the expertise in the government to manage the consequences of these rapid technological changes.” [CAIDP - House Hearing on Advances in AI]
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CAIDP Statement on draft, final report of US National Security Commission on AI (Feb. 26, 2021).