This article canvasses the use and regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) in US administrative agencies. It is structured as a reply to the questionnaire circulated in advance of the 2022 International Congress of Comparative Law for purposes of preparing the national reports and the general report on the topic of “Artificial Intelligence Accountability of Public Administration.” In large part, the questionnaire’s point of reference is the comprehensive regulation of AI in the European Union’s proposed AI Act. The US reply, contained in this article, highlights the many lacunae in US regulation of AI, similar to the US’s patchwork approach to data privacy.
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The American Journal of Comparative Law, https://doi.org/10.1093/ajcl/avac012 (June 1, 2022).