Britain badly needs a godfather of AI regulation, but we’ll never be able to afford him (or her)

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By Sascha O’Sullivan We want to be World leaders in artificial intelligence, but government is only willing to pay tech staff half of their market value. If we can’t hire top minds after the layoffs in the industry, we’ll never get ahead, writes Sascha O’Sullivan. Last month, the Treasury published an ad for a senior role, the Head of Cyber Security. If you’re in charge of a small company’s finances, it’s an important job. If you’re in charge of the country’s, it’s a question of national security. It was a fairly stock standard job description looking for a “highly motivated individual” keen t…

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