Driving The Day
Today is November 14, 2023, and here are the key policymaker and stakeholder actions on AI you need to know: In Washington, Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan was a featured speaker at an annual gala for conservative lawyers, where she expressed concern over regulatory capture by the AI industry. Meanwhile, after consulting with the Biden Administration, a nonprofit coalition has launched new voluntary guidelines for venture capital firms investing in AI. At the state level, the South Carolina House of Representatives is organizing a new standing committee focused on AI. Finally, the video platform YouTube, which is owned by Google, announced it will require disclosures on content generated by AI.
Washington in Focus: The top US cybersecurity agency has a new plan for weaponized AI.
Around the Nation: California bar votes on AI guidelines for disclosure and billing.
Across the Pond: A business adviser recommends looking to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation to predict the future of AI in Europe.
Global Highlights: Chinese companies are buying U.S. equipment to make semiconductors, despite new export curbs.
Outside Views: Google provides recommendations for governments to ensure AI benefits the broadest range of people possible.
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