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Bipartisan Lawmakers Advocate for Federal Regulation of Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence & AI & Machine Learning

A bipartisan group of lawmakers is spearheading an initiative to establish a federal commission tasked with developing regulations for artificial intelligence (AI) technology. Representatives Ted Lieu of California and Ken Buck of Colorado have introduced a bill that would require Congress and the White House to appoint a commission comprising 20 experts. The commission's primary objective would be to devise a comprehensive strategy to regulate AI, considering the potential risks associated with its rapid development.

The introduction of the bill by Lieu and Buck underscores the growing recognition among policymakers of the need to proactively address the implications of. . .

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