Bolstering government so we can manage powerful AI.

AI will be incredibly transformative and we’re collectively unprepared for the risks. The Center for AI Policy (CAIP) is working with policymakers to solve this problem.

Our work

Advising Policymakers

We’re working with Congress and federal agencies to help them understand advanced AI development and effectively prepare for it. We create resources, host events, and connect policymakers with the stakeholders they need to hear from.

We don't just talk about risks. We develop and advocate for solutions.
We share policy proposals, draft model legislation, and give feedback on others' policies. This work is collaborative and iterative. We take in ideas from our network of leading researchers and practitioners to make recommendations that are both robust and practical. 

Developing solutions

We’re not just talking about AI risk; we’re helping find solutions. This work is collaborative and iterative. We work with our expert network of researchers and practitioners to design robust, practical policy solutions.

What Boeing’s Negligence Reveals About Corporate Incentives

Corporate incentives do not ensure optimal outcomes for public safety

July 9, 2024
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Statement on Google's AI Principles

Like the links on the second page of Google’s search results, these principles are something of a mixed bag

July 9, 2024
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Letter to the Editor of Reason Magazine

Neil Chilson's recent critique of the Center for AI Policy's model AI safety legislation is deeply misleading

July 8, 2024
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View our policy work

Our priorities

Our policy mission is simple:
require safe AI.

To ensure powerful AI is safe, we need effective governance. That’s why our policy recommendations focus on ensuring the government has enough:

  • Visibility and expertise to understand AI development
  • Adeptness and authority to respond to rapidly evolving risks
  • Infrastructure to support developers in innovating safely

Our Priorities

This work is collaborative and iterative. We take in ideas and feedback from our network of leading researchers and practitioners to make our recommendations both robust and practical. 

  • Build government capacity
  • Safeguard development
  • Mitigate extreme risk

As AI grows more capable, so do its risks. We must prepare governance now to keep pace. We are advocating policies to ensure the government has enough:

Visibility and expertise to understand AI development

Adeptness and authority to respond to rapidly evolving risks

Infrastructure to work with rather than against developers

  1. Visibility and expertise to understand AI development
  2. Adeptness and authority to respond to rapidly evolving risks
  3. Infrastructure to work with rather than against developers

Frequently asked questions

With AI advancing rapidly, we urgently need to develop the government’s capacity to rapidly identify and respond to AI's national security risks.

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