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Feb. 5: AI Policy and Stakeholder Tracking Report

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Today is February 5, 2024, and here are the key policymaker and stakeholder actions on AI you need to know: In Washington, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) and House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) are launching a bipartisan AI task force. Meanwhile, 20 Republican state attorneys general signed a letter to the U.S. Department of Commerce criticizing the Biden Administration’s executive order for seeking to “centralize governmental control” over AI. Across the pond, the U.K. government has abandoned plans to implement a voluntary code of conduct governing the use of copyrighted content to train AI models. China is turning to an open-source technology to build advanced chips in the face of Western export controls on AI chips.

In this issue:

  • Washington in Focus: The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing in Los Angeles on AI and intellectual property.

  • Around the Nation: Cyberscoop goes inside the minds of local election officials heading into 2024.

  • Across the Pond: World’s longest serving central bank chief targeted by deepfake.

  • Global Highlights: Saudi Arabia in prime position to become global leader in AI regulation, expert says.

  • Outside Views: Policy expert: For fair hiring in the AI age, the AI vendors should be regulated, not just employers.

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