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NYC Local Law 144

NYC LL144 requires bias audits for automated employment decision tools (AEDTs) and sets reporting and notification requirements for employers.

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California’s AB 331

The bill, which was introduced to the state Assembly in January 2023, requires both developers and deployers of the tool to submit annual impact assessments and set up governance programs.

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NJ A4909

NJ A4909 will require bias audits for vendors who sell or market automated employment decision tools (AEDTs) in New Jersey.

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NY A00567

New York A00567 follows in the footsteps of New York City LL144, which just went into effect this July, and aims to prevent discrimination in hiring from AI models in the entire state of New York.

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MA Bill 1873 (“An Act preventing a dystopian work environment”)

Massachusetts Bill 1873 aims to protect workers’ rights related to AI, surveillance and data collection.

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Connecticut SB1103

Connecticut’s SB1103 regulates the usage of AI and automated decision systems by state agencies.

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Colorado SB21-169 on Insurance

The bill, signed into law in July 2021, will require insurers to develop governance programs that evaluate their external data sources and algorithms using such data for bias.

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DC “Stop Discrimination by Algorithms” Act

This act would prohibit individuals and organizations from using biased algorithms and require them to conduct annual bias audits.

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Maine Data Privacy and Protection Act

Organizations must comply with new consumer data rights rules, including impact assessments on AI.

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2020 Maryland Statutes Labor and Employment: Title 3 – Employment Standards and Conditions, Subtitle 7 – Miscellaneous, Section 3-717

Maryland requires consent from the candidate before facial recognition techniques may be used in video interviews.

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Illinois Artificial Intelligence Video Interview Act (AIVIA)

Employers using AI-enabled video interviewing assessments must disclose details about the video interview evaluation system.

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International Regulations

European Union AI Act

The proposed law will classify high-risk AI systems and set regulations, and prohibit use of AI in certain applications such as social scoring.

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Canada’s Artificial Intelligence and Data Act

The proposed law aims to set out clear requirements for the responsible development, deployment and use of AI systems by the private sector.

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The UK’s pro-innovation approach to AI regulation

The UK is planning a pro-innovation framework for AI regulations where existing agencies will regulate AI applications under their existing scope.

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US NIST AI Risk Management Framework

A voluntary framework build to incorporate trustworthiness into the development of AI while managing risks effectively.

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ISO 42001

A voluntary standard that provides a way for organizations to establish, implement, maintain and continuously improve an AI management system.

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