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Aug 05 2023
HARTFORD, Conn. >> As state lawmakers rush to get a handle on fast-evolving artificial intelligence technology, they’re often focusing first on their own state governments before imposing restrictions on the private sector. Legislators are seeking ways to protect constituents from discrimination and other harms while not hindering cutting-edge advancements in medicine, science, businessHonolulu Star-Advertiser
Aug 05 2023
HARTFORD, Conn. — As state lawmakers rush to get a handle on fast-evolving artificial intelligence technology, they’re often focusing first on their own state governments before imposing restrictions on the private sector. Legislators are seeking ways to protect constituents from discrimination and other harms while not hindering cutting-edge advancements in medicine, science, business,Chicago Tribune
May 17 2023
Sam Altman, the CEO of the leading artificial intelligence company OpenAI, told Congress to pass more regulations on his industry.
So, of course, you get a shocked reaction from plenty of sources. According to Axios, “Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) called it ‘historic’ that a company was coming to Congress pleading for regulation.”
Liberal lobbyist and political operative WarrenTimothy P. Carney
Jul 18 2023
Perspectives BlogWhat Happened
AI has made headlines recently as a potentially world-altering technology. While there are many opinions floating around about the technology's benefits and risks, Republicans and Democrats agree on some key points about AI, such as the impact of artificial intelligence on people’s personal lives and decision making.
Arguably the most popular AI, ChatGPT, is a naturalCarsen Brunn
Jul 21 2023
NewsNPR Fact Check
Sep 13 2023
The nation's biggest technology executives on Wednesday loosely endorsed the idea of government regulations for artificial intelligence at an unusual closed-door meeting in the U.S. Senate. But there is little consensus on what regulation would look like, and the political path for legislation is difficult. Executives attending the meeting included Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Meta's Mark Zuckerberg,CBS News (Online)
Jul 05 2023
A super PAC supporting Miami Mayor Francis Suarez ‘s run for the Republican presidential nomination has launched an artificial intelligence chatbot to answer questions about him, marking yet another example of how generative AI tools are being used in 2024 presidential campaigns.
The bot unveiled Wednesday by SOS America PAC listens to a user’s questions and matches them to videoAssociated Press
Jul 21 2023
WASHINGTON — President Biden jokingly declared “I am the AI” Friday as he pushed for regulations governing the use of artificial intelligence — before adding: “If any of you think I’m Abe Lincoln, blame it on the AI.” The 80-year-old president warned that unfettered AI could pose a threat “to our democracy” and noted that he in February signed an order forbidding the development of algorithmsNew York Post (News)
Jul 05 2023
The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in 2023 sparked both excitement and fear in the United States and around the world. Many marvel at new software systems’ capabilities to interact with and respond to human inputs to generate content. June stories reported that The Beatles were able to complete a final song with an AI regeneration of the late John Lennon’s voice, AI is being used to aidIan Rosenzweig
May 30 2023
Scientists and tech industry leaders, including high-level executives at Microsoft and Google, issued a new warning Tuesday about the perils that artificial intelligence poses to humankind.
“Mitigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war,” the statement said.
Sam Altman, CEO of ChatGPTAssociated Press