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November 13, 2023

CT’s new AI regulations


Gov. Ned Lamont signed into law in June legislation that created new oversight and restrictions on the use of artificial intelligence in state government.

The new law:

  • Requires executive and judicial branches to annually inventory all their systems that employ artificial intelligence, and make policies and procedures on developing, procuring, using and assessing systems that use AI.
  • Requires state agencies to publicly post the inventory and policies and procedures online.
  • Beginning Feb. 1, 2024, the executive and judicial branches are prohibited from implementing any system that uses AI unless they have done an impact assessment to make sure the system will not result in any unlawful discrimination or disparate impact against specified people or groups of people based on actual or perceived characteristics (e.g., age and race).
  • Establishes a 21-member working group to make recommendations to the General Law Committee on certain AI issues.
  • Prohibits state contracting agencies from entering a contract unless it has a provision requiring the business to comply with Connecticut’s consumer data privacy law.

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