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Regulation Of Artificial Intelligence In Selected Jurisdictions, Jenny Gesley, Tariq Ahmad, Edouardo Soares, Ruth Levush, Gustavo Guerra, James Martin, Kelly Buchanan, Laney Zhang, Sayuri Umeda, Astghik Grigoryan, Nicolas Boring, Elin Hofverberg, Clare Feikhert-Ahalt, Graciela Rodriguez-Ferrand, George Sadek, Hanibal Goitom Jan 2019

Regulation Of Artificial Intelligence In Selected Jurisdictions, Jenny Gesley, Tariq Ahmad, Edouardo Soares, Ruth Levush, Gustavo Guerra, James Martin, Kelly Buchanan, Laney Zhang, Sayuri Umeda, Astghik Grigoryan, Nicolas Boring, Elin Hofverberg, Clare Feikhert-Ahalt, Graciela Rodriguez-Ferrand, George Sadek, Hanibal Goitom

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This report examines the emerging regulatory and policy landscape surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) in jurisdictions around the world and in the European Union (EU). In addition, a survey of international organizations describes the approach that United Nations (UN) agencies and regional organizations have taken towards AI. As the regulation of AI is still in its infancy, guidelines, ethics codes, and actions by and statements from governments and their agencies on AI are also addressed. While the country surveys look at various legal issues, including data protection and privacy, transparency, human oversight, surveillance, public administration and services, autonomous vehicles ...


Measuring Regulatory And Noncompliance Prevalence Among Maryland Commercial Blue Crab Fishers, Jacquelyn Lee Rachor Hornsby Jan 2019

Measuring Regulatory And Noncompliance Prevalence Among Maryland Commercial Blue Crab Fishers, Jacquelyn Lee Rachor Hornsby

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

Few empirical studies exist that compare regulation (R) and fishing crime (VL). The lack of information about R and VL effects stakeholder decision-making. Crime weakens conservation efforts and creates false baseline data. This furthers R and the cycle repeats. The purpose of this correlational study was to determine the statistical association between the number and type of annual commercial blue crab R and VL of the same. The Pearson's R correlation was used to analyze the data because it demonstrated the strength of each relationship. This quantitative study was grounded in enforcement theory. The data was public record and ...