NTIA Seeks Policy Comments on AI Regulations

NTIA Seeks Policy Comments on AI Regulations
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is seeking comments on potential policies that might foster trust in AI systems via audits, certifications, and other mechanisms, according to an April 11 statement on their website ...
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Legislation Proposes to Create AI Working Group Across California Agencies

Legislation Proposes to Create AI Working Group Across California Agencies
Senate Bill 721 by Senator Josh Becker (D-Menlo Park) was amended last week to propose creating the California Interagency AI Working Group, which would “deliver a report to the Legislature, as prescribed, regarding artificial intelligence” until January 1, 2030.  ...
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How Will California Oversee AI in State Agencies?

How Will California Oversee AI in State Agencies?
Newly introduced legislation would create a new office within California state government to oversee state agencies' use of artificial intelligence. Senate Bill 313 by Senator Bill Dodd (D-Napa) proposes to establish the Office of Artificial Intelligence within the California Department of Technology, with authority over designing, using, and deploying automated decision systems that use artificial ...
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Photos: Government Innovation California

Photos: Government Innovation California
Hosted by Public Sector Network, the Government Innovation California conference was held on Friday, March 17 in Sacramento.  With opening remarks by State CIO Liana Bailey Crimmins, the technology industry event included more than 250 attendees registered, with 25 partners and 19 speakers at the daylong event focused on government technology.   ...
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State Parks Launches Digital Passport App

State Parks Launches Digital Passport App
If you are a frequent visitor of state parks in the Golden State, California has a new passport app for you aimed at improving access and engagement across 280 parks. “Spending time outside has many proven benefits almost as numerous as we have parks in this state, improving mental and physical health, inspiring creativity and ...
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Legislation Aims to Regulate Artificial Intelligence in Government Systems

Legislation Aims to Regulate Artificial Intelligence in Government Systems
Assembly Bill 302 (Ward - D) would require the California Department of Technology (CDT) to conduct a statewide inventory of all "high-risk automated decision systems" being used by state agencies, including identifying categories of data and personal information being used to make government decisions.  ...
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