AI Regulation Soon To Be Drafted


Recently there has been a U.S. Senate hearing regarding the legislative regulation of AI. This comes after months of AI breakthroughs and the fast-paced public rollout of AI tools. Snapchat has an AI chatbot you can talk to, Spotify has an AI DJ that combs through your past listening history and finds the music you will like, and Bing implemented its AI tools into Microsoft Edge, just to name a few. These tools all use your personal data to train their models and provide you with a personalized experience. While this seems novel and interesting, it can be a real risk to your privacy without government regulation. The U.S. Senate appears to be taking a step in the right direction by hosting a preliminary hearing with leaders in the AI field. Based on the results of the hearing, AI legislation may soon be arriving.

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