Newly Appointed State Panel Will Study How State Agencies Use Artificial Intelligence

Final appointments were made this week to the new seven-member Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council to study and monitor artificial intelligence (AI) systems developed, employed or procured by state agencies.

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The implementing bill (HB2060/regular session) also requires the council to assess the need for a code of ethics for AI systems in state governments and recommend actions the agencies may take without further legislative authorization.

State agencies are required to complete an inventory report by July 1, 2024, that describes the automated decision systems being developed, employed, or procured by the agency.

The council will review the inventories and include a summary of its findings as well as any policy recommendations in a report due to the Legislature by Dec. 1, 2024.

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