Read R. David Edelman article on regulations for artificial intelligence on Washington Post :
From Brussels to Beijing, the Élysée to the Oval Office, leaders around the world are calling for bold regulations to govern artificial intelligence (AI). To hear some of them, it may seem as if the machine learning tools that make up modern AI are the latter-day invention of fire, not upgrades to existing math and code. But regarding AI as a truly singular technology is a mistake, one that puts us at risk of missing out on its potential while also inviting algorithmic dystopia. If we’re going to govern AI, we need to recognize it for what it is: a tool, with innumerable uses. And that means we need to govern it for the ways people actually use it, and not as a phenomenon in and of itself.
Read his full article here.