University of Miami Law Review


The evolution of Artificial Intelligence (“A.I.”) from a speculative concept depicted in science fiction to its integration into various aspects of everyday life has brought about complex challenges for contemporary legislators. The proliferation of A.I. technology has led to a growing recognition of the need for regulation, as it poses both promises and threats to society. On the one hand, A.I. has the potential to enhance efficiency in various fields, such as medicine and automation of routine tasks. On the other hand, if left unregulated, A.I. has the potential to undermine democratic principles and infringe upon fundamental rights. Thus, legislators are facing the delicate task of balancing regulation with the need to foster continued innovation in the field of A.I. Both the United States (“U.S.”) and the European Union (“E.U.”) have begun taking steps towards the development of A.I. legislation, recognizing the need for a comprehensive approach to address the multifaceted challenges posed by this rapidly advancing technology.