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Event Recap – Could the EU Set U.S. AI Policy and Standards?

BPC had the privilege of hosting Elham Tabassi, Markus Anderljung, John Soroushian, and Sabine Neschke to discuss the divergent approaches the United States and European Union have taken to address AI challenges. The U.S. is developing a risk management framework through the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) while the EU is taking a regulatory approach focusing on the AI Act. The event discussion touched on the appropriate role of regulation and standards, whether EU policies can become de facto global standards (known as the “Brussels Effect”) and to what extent, and what the U.S. can learn from policymaking abroad.

A complete recording of this event is available here.

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