Date: Tuesday, May 17 (Main Conference Day 1)
Start Time: 1:30 pm
End Time: 2:00 pm
Edge AI and computer vision, if not thoughtfully developed and applied, will trigger extraordinary scrutiny by legislative policymakers and regulators; indeed, we are already seeing a deluge of proposed AI regulatory schemes across the globe. Almost all of these are in the early stages, as government regulators are still struggling to grasp the potential uses, consequences, and thus regulatory implications, of AI. That understanding will almost certainly lag the pace of development of AI technology by years. The most successful innovators need to predict their regulatory obligations well in advance of the actual regulations being promulgated. In this talk, we offer a high-level overview of the more significant regulatory initiatives in the EU and US, as well as provide practical guidelines for developers in the AI space to help them anticipate likely regulatory trends.