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I don't think regulating something necessarily causes that regulation to defacto become a "risk". Regulation - including overregulation - may, in fact, aid in the dialogue between practitioners, which may end up educating the regulators, the public and the practitioners themselves. My answers to your survey would most likely be "it depends...", or "no risk"...


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My thoughts AI is already indirectly regulated. This is important to acknowledge and this acknowledgement is missing, in my opinion, in the discourse about law and AI. I'm assuming that your question is about law that directly aims at AI technologies and this exemplifies one of the risks of regulating AI: that the law will focus on the technology rather ...


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