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This article discusses how President Biden's Executive Order on artificial intelligence and follow-up actions by federal agencies will impact federal risk-management practices, likely serving as a model for AI risk management by private-sector employers.

  • The new "US AI Safety Institute" will assist federal agency efforts to combat AI-related employment discrimination
  • The Office of Management and Budget's draft guidance on the government's own use of AI will likely influence best practices in the private sector
  • The president's executive order emphasizes anti-discrimination enforcement efforts
  • The federal government will issue guidance to federal contractors regarding the use of AI in their hiring practices  

This article was originally published by Seyfarth Shaw LLP.

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