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Navigating the US AI regulatory landscape

In the dynamic field of AI, understanding the regulatory framework is essential for businesses, policymakers, and individuals alike. With AI adoption growing rapidly, navigating the intricate web of state-by-state laws in the United States is critical for compliance and responsible AI development. 

To assist in this endeavor, we’re pleased to introduce our latest resource: a downloadable infographic meticulously crafted to shed light on the diverse regulatory landscape of AI in the U.S. This infographic serves as a comprehensive roadmap, offering clarity on the AI regulations at the state level. 


Understanding the Regulatory Framework in the US  

The regulatory framework surrounding AI in the United States is multi-faceted, with various laws, guidelines, and initiatives at the federal, state, and local levels.  

States have been proactive in enacting laws and regulations to govern various aspects of AI technology. These laws cover a wide range of issues, including data privacy, algorithmic transparency, cybersecurity, autonomous vehicles, and AI in healthcare and education. For example, California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) includes provisions related to AI-generated data, while Massachusetts has enacted regulations specifically addressing the use of facial recognition technology. 

Many states have established government agencies or task forces to oversee the development and deployment of AI within their jurisdictions. These bodies often collaborate with industry stakeholders, academic institutions and advocacy groups to formulate policies, guidelines and best practices for responsible AI innovation.  

Sector-Specific Regulations 

While the European Union tends to regulate AI across the board, in the US, industries such as healthcare, finance and transportation are subject to sector-specific regulations governing the use of AI technologies. States may impose additional requirements or standards to address the unique challenges and risks associated with the use of AI in these sectors. For example, states may require healthcare AI systems to comply with medical privacy laws, or financial AI systems to comply with risk management and consumer protection regulations. 

Our infographic breaks down the US regulatory landscape State by state.  

With our downloadable infographic, you’ll have a comprehensive overview of the regulatory landscape at your fingertips. Whether you’re a business leader navigating AI adoption or a policymaker shaping the regulatory framework, this resource will help you make informed decisions. Fill in the form and get your copy of the USA State-by-state AI Legislation Snapshot.