Washington is determined to govern AI, but how?

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By Diane Bartz and Jeffrey Dastin WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. lawmakers are grappling with what guardrails to put around burgeoning artificial intelligence, but months after ChatGPT got Washington’s attention, consensus is far from certain. Interviews with a U.S. senator, congressional staffers, AI companies and interest groups show there are a number of options under discussion. Some proposals focus on AI that may put people’s lives or livelihoods at risk, like in medicine and finance. Other possibilities include rules to ensure AI isn’t used to discriminate or violate someone’s civil rights….

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