An android An Artificial Intelligence Working Group organized by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners has released a draft document that says, in part: “AI actors should respect the rule of law throughout the AI lifecycle.”  (Credit: Shutterstock)

If artificial intelligence (AI) systems are going to have anything to do with insurance, they ought to obey the same rules that the flesh-and-blood players follow.

A team of state insurance regulators at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has put that goal in a new AI regulatory principles draft.

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