Driving The Day
Today is November 7, 2023, and here are the key policymaker and stakeholder actions on AI you need to know: In Washington, Congress will hold multiple hearings this week to discuss AI issues, including the challenges posed by deepfakes. In California, a new progressive organization plans to help lawmakers combat AI-driven election disinformation. Across the pond, the chairman of a tech committee in the U.K. parliament is disappointed that the government has yet to introduce an AI-focused bill. Finally, despite considerable media and policymaker attention, a survey suggests AI regulation is only the 11th most important policy priority for Americans.
Washington in Focus: The Federal Reserve has launched a generative AI incubator to explore AI use cases for the agency.
Around the Nation: Seattle’s mayor and its interim CTO announce the city’s generative AI policy.
Across the Pond: Spanish EU Council presidency pitches obligations for foundation models in EU’s AI law.
Global Highlights: Australia ‘at the back of the pack’ in regulating AI, researchers suggest.
Outside Views: OpenAI promises to defend business customers against copyright claims.
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