UK AI developments – DCMS currently drafting White Paper

The government is promoting its pro-innovation AI policy and voluntary measures for now, but is mindful of calls for interoperability. By Laura Linkomies.

The government’s Policy Paper on AI from July 2022 proposed a flexible approach to regulation, a framework that would be supported by various AI standards and assurance tools.

At the beginning of December, the government’s Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) issued its report on AI which looked into AI in HR and recruitment, finance, and connected and automated vehicle (CAV) sectors. The report, Industry Temperature Check: Barriers and Enablers to AI Assurance(1) highlights key barriers to, and enablers of, AI assurance - mechanisms to assess and communicate reliable evidence about the trustworthiness of AI systems.

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