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Link: Senate unveils $32 billion roadmap for regulating AI

Here’s what the roadmap is not: specific legislation that could pass expeditiously. In the 20-page report, the working group lays out key areas where relevant Senate committees should focus their efforts with regard to AI. Those include: AI workforce training; addressing AI-generated content in specific areas, including child sexual abuse material (CSAM) and election content; safeguarding private information and copyrighted content from AI systems; and mitigating energy costs of AI. The working group says the report is not an exhaustive list of options. Schumer said the roadmap is meant to guide Senate committees as they take the lead in crafting regulation, and it was not intended to create a big sweeping law encompassing all of AI. #


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