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Regulation of AI
In the United States

About this Project


Regulation of artificial intelligence is emerging. While it is impossible to know for sure what the regulation would ultimately look like, we can learn a lot by examining what regulators are trying to accomplish.


With that in mind, I studied trends in AI regulation efforts in the US. I did so through identifying and analyzing federal AI bills, state AI bills, and AI executive orders. 


The analysis answers the following questions:

  1. How many AI bills and executive orders there as of mid 2023

  2. How the volume of regulatory efforts changed over time

  3. Which sectors and technologies regulation efforts target

  4. Which requirements regulators aim to put in place

  5. Which AI ethics themes regulators focus on

  6. Whether there is partisanship in AI regulation efforts.

Below you can find a repository of all the bills I identified. The analysis paper will be available soon. In the meantime, you are welcome to join my webinar about it.

This project was supported by The Center for Governance and Markets at the University Pittsburgh. 

Mishaal N. Scoggin contributed to the project as a research assistant.  

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This repository includes federal AI bills, state AI bills, and AI Executive Orders. 

The fields include descriptions of the bills and my annotations. 

On desktops, you can sort, filter, and see all the fields. 

If you use this repository, please cite it.


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