Comply with A.I. describes an evolving marketplace composed of four parties: deliberate regulators in the E.U., the UK, and the U.S., a fast-moving industry worldwide, thoughtful academics, and a timid civil society. All four are trying to define the ground rules for their new playground. Comply can help producers with present- and future compliance fitness within their domain and within and among nations. It can help consumers make self-protecting choices. Regulation, especially U.S. self-regulation, links to domain-specific values and ethics for a deeper understanding of this technology.
About the Author
Dr. Wolf's career path began with civil and industrial engineering, followed by corporate information management. He founded two small I.T. businesses and served on the MBA faculty at NSU's Huizenga School in Ft Lauderdale. Public service includes a White House Fellowship at HUD in D.C. and an environmental regulatory agency chairmanship in Greenwich, Connecticut. His first exposure to Artificial Intelligence was in a neural network, dissertation and teaching. Wolf resides in Asheville, North Carolina, USA, and is active in writing on technology- and business ethics.