US House Democratic coalition creates AI working group

Representative Derek Kilmer will chair the Artificial Intelligence Working Group, which is aimed at introducing “sensible, bipartisan” policies for AI technology.

Democrats from the United States House of Representatives have formed

a working group on artificial intelligence aimed at introducing new legislation around the nascent tech sector.

The 97-member New Democrat Coalition its AI working group on Aug. 15, stating it would work with President Joe Biden’s administration, stakeholders and lawmakers f

rom both sides of the political arena to develop “sensible, bipartisan policies to address this emerging technology.”

The group will focus on a range of issues including how best to leverage AI for growth while still ensuring that workers who stand to lose their jobs as a result of AI can remain employed.

Artificial Intelligence is the biggest technological threat we’ve faced since the invention of the atomic bomb.

I am proud to be a part of the  AI Working Group to assess the dangers and

opportunities posed by AI and develop a framework to regulate it. — Rep. Seth Moulton (@RepMoulton) 

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Representative Derek Kilmer will serve as chair of the AI working group and CNBC the primary focus of the working group was to crack down on the spread of misinformation and

aired concerns on advanced becoming increasingly prevalent online.

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“There’s real concern about the potential for AI generated disinformation, real concern about misuse of advanced AI models.”

“That’s the type of thing that requires Congress to get smart and get smart fast,” Kilmer added.

Lawmakers, academics and top tech CEOs have all  to reign in on the potential dangers raised by AI.

In May, Vice President Kamala Harris, along with Biden’s top advisers, 

with several AI industry CEOs to discuss concerns about the risks associated with AI.

In June, President Biden held a  in AI in Silicon Valley to discuss a similar subject.

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