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.
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