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Jan. 25: AI Policy and Stakeholder Tracking Report

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Today is January 25, 2024, and here are the key policymaker and stakeholder actions on AI you need to know: In Washington, the FTC has announced an inquiry into Google, Amazon, and Microsoft’s investments in AI developers OpenAI and Anthropic. Meanwhile, the National Science Foundation, along with other federal agencies and leading AI companies, announced the launch of a pilot program to create a “shared research infrastructure” for AI. In Connecticut, an AI task force led by Sen. James Maroney (D), who also leads a multi-state working group on AI, is set to recommend a series of AI regulatory measures, including restrictions on the use of AI to generate intimate images of people. Finally, graphic deepfakes of Taylor Swift spreading widely on X have attracted lawmaker attention.

In Case You Missed It: Delve launched a new report on the five key AI trends to watch in 2024. Check it out to stay ahead of the curve on the fast-moving AI regulatory landscape this year.

In this issue:

  • Washington in Focus: White House science chief signals US-China co-operation on AI safety.

  • Around the Nation: A Tennessee lawmaker files a bill to add AI images to unlawful exposure and child exploitation laws.

  • Across the Pond: Pope Francis warns of ‘perverse’ AI dangers.

  • Global Highlights: Google to help fund Israeli AI firms, Palestinian businesses.

  • Outside Views: The New York Times published several examples of generative AI prompts leading to the creation of images that are nearly identical to copyrighted material.

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