Inside AI Policy

June 15, 2024

Sen. Warner backs Copyright Office expansion of research liability waivers to identify AI bias

By Charlie Mitchell / May 29, 2024

Senate Intelligence Chairman Mark Warner (D-VA) is calling on the U.S. Copyright Office to provide legal protection for researchers to examine “bias and other harmful outputs” in artificial intelligence systems, in response to a petition in a proceeding under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

“I understand a number of stakeholders have submitted public comments to weigh in on this petition, including a letter from the Department of Justice. Ultimately, I urge the Copyright Office to consider expanding the existing good-faith...

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