Dueling interests ask if Biden goes too far on AI or falls short

Posted on AllSides November 7th, 2023
From The Center
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President Joe Biden’s executive order on artificial intelligence is setting up a tug of war between those who fear agencies empowered under it will overstep their bounds and those who worry the government won’t do enough.

Last month’s order requires multiple departments to collect public comments, draw up new regulations and prepare a slew of reports. It hands significant responsibilities to the Homeland Security and Commerce departments, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology, which is charged with developing safety standards.

The secretary of Homeland Security is directed to establish an...

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