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Rep. Ted Lieu Pushing AI-Written Bill To Regulate AI in Congress

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Rep. Ted Lieu Pushing AI-Written Bill To Regulate AI in Congress

Rep. Ted Lieu Pushing AI-Written Bill To Regulate AI in Congress

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Ted Lieu Pushing , AI-Written Bill To , Regulate AI in Congress.

Rep.

Ted Lieu Pushing , AI-Written Bill To , Regulate AI in Congress.

NBC reports that Democratic Rep.

Ted Lieu of California is pushing a resolution to the House that was written entirely by the online artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot ChatGPT.

NBC reports that Democratic Rep.

Ted Lieu of California is pushing a resolution to the House that was written entirely by the online artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot ChatGPT.

According to Lieu’s AI-written resolution, Congress has the , “responsibility to ensure that the development and deployment of AI is done in a way that is safe, ethical, and respects the rights and privacy of all Americans.”.

According to Lieu’s AI-written resolution, Congress has the , “responsibility to ensure that the development and deployment of AI is done in a way that is safe, ethical, and respects the rights and privacy of all Americans.”.

Lieu is reportedly pushing for Congress to launch a nonpartisan commission to oversee and make recommendations for regulating AI.

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The rapid advancements in AI technology have made it clear that the time to act is now to ensure that AI is used in ways that are safe, ethical and beneficial for society, Ted Lieu, ChatGPT-written op-ed, via 'The New York Times'.

Failure to do so could lead to a future where the risks of AI far outweigh its benefits, Ted Lieu, ChatGPT-written op-ed, via 'The New York Times'.

In a 'New York Times' op-ed, Lieu explained not only his interest in the possibilities of AI, but also his fears concerning the rapidly advancing technology.

In a 'New York Times' op-ed, Lieu explained not only his interest in the possibilities of AI, but also his fears concerning the rapidly advancing technology.

As one of just three members of Congress with a computer science degree, I am enthralled by A.I.

And excited about the incredible ways it will continue to advance society, Ted Lieu, ChatGPT-written op-ed, via 'The New York Times'.

And as a member of Congress, I am freaked out by A.I., specifically A.I.

That is left unchecked and unregulated, Ted Lieu, ChatGPT-written op-ed, via 'The New York Times'.

On February 14, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said that all members of the House Intelligence Committee will be given courses in both AI and Quantum computing.

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On February 14, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said that all members of the House Intelligence Committee will be given courses in both AI and Quantum computing.

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According to McCarthy, members of the committee will receive the same training as military generals on the complex, ever-evolving topics.


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German Government Slammed For Supporting New Natural Gas Infrastructure [Video]

German Government Slammed For Supporting New Natural Gas Infrastructure

German Government , Slammed For Supporting New , Natural Gas Infrastructure. On May 22, Germany rejected accusations that it weakened existing commitments to phase out natural gas at a summit of Group of Seven (G7) leaders. On May 22, Germany rejected accusations that it weakened existing commitments to phase out natural gas at a summit of Group of Seven (G7) leaders. Fox News reports that the German government said that their stance remains consistent with international climate efforts. Fox News reports that the German government said that their stance remains consistent with international climate efforts. Activists have criticized leaders' decision to support construction of new liquefied natural gas infrastructure, facilitating the use of a planet-warming fossil fuel. The G7 said that "investment in the sector can be appropriate in response to the current crisis and to address potential gas market shortfalls provoked" by Russia's attack on Ukraine. In the exceptional circumstance of accelerating the phase-out of our dependency on Russian energy, publicly supported investment in the gas sector can be appropriate as a temporary response, G7 statement, via NBC. According to Greenpeace's Tracy Carty, support for new infrastructure for fossil fuel "is a blunt denial of the climate emergency.". Fossil gas is one of the most polluting forms of energy and in its liquefied form, its carbon emissions can be as bad as coal, Tracy Carty, Greenpeace representative, via NBC. Meanwhile, Friederike Roeder of the campaign group Global Citizen suggests that Germany's role in the G7 talks were "particularly disappointing.". Meanwhile, Friederike Roeder of the campaign group Global Citizen suggests that Germany's role in the G7 talks were "particularly disappointing.". The EU’s role in international climate diplomacy is critical but if Germany, as the biggest member state, continues to focus its negotiation power on new gas investments rather than leading the way for a future free of fossil fuels, this won’t be possible, Friederike Roeder, Global Citizen representative, via NBC. NBC reports that G7 leaders also expressed support for the roll-out of renewable power generation and other energy saving measures

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Daniel Penny Maintains NYC Subway Death of Jordan Neely Not Race Related [Video]

Daniel Penny Maintains NYC Subway Death of Jordan Neely Not Race Related

Daniel Penny Maintains , NYC Subway Death of Jordan Neely , Not Race Related. NPR reports that U.S. Marine Daniel Penny insisted in his first interview since fatally choking Jordan Neely that the confrontation "had nothing to do with race.". Everybody who's ever met me can tell you, I love all people, I love all cultures. , Daniel Penny, Former U.S. Marine, via NBC. I was actually planning a road trip through Africa before this happened, Daniel Penny, Former U.S. Marine, via NBC. The 24-year-old Penny faces a felony charge of second-degree manslaughter for the death of Neely, a 30-year-old man who was homeless. . The 24-year-old Penny faces a felony charge of second-degree manslaughter for the death of Neely, a 30-year-old man who was homeless. . The May 1 altercation saw Penny, who is white, place Neely, who was Black, in a chokehold for several minutes, which resulted in the death of Neely. NPR reports Penny called Neely's death a tragedy and said that the real blame should be placed on 'the system.'. It's tragic what happened to him. Hopefully, we can change the system that's so desperately failed us, Daniel Penny, Former U.S. Marine, via NBC. Penny's arrest came over a week after the incident following protests calling for charges against him. Activists have compared Neely's death to the deaths of Eric Garner and George Floyd, who were both killed by white police officers. . Penny has maintained that race had nothing to do with his actions, which resulted in Neely's death. . I judge a person based on their character. I'm not a white supremacist, Daniel Penny, Former U.S. Marine, via NBC

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China-US Technology Feud Continues As Beijing Issues Security Warning [Video]

China-US Technology Feud Continues As Beijing Issues Security Warning

China-US , Technology Feud Continues , As Beijing Issues Security Warning. On May 21, China urged owners of sensitive computer equipment to stop purchasing goods from the largest chipmaker in the United States. NBC reports that the news represents an escalation of an ongoing dispute between the U.S. and China over technology and security. . According to China's Cyberspace Administration, Micron products present "serious network security risks" that pose a threat to national security. . Operators of critical information infrastructure in China should stop purchasing products from Micron Co, China's Cyberspace Administration, via NBC. The news comes as the U.S., Europe and Japan have moved to reduce Chinese access to advanced chipmaking and other technology. NBC reports that while China has warned of unspecified consequences, it has struggled to find a form of retaliation that doesn't impact its own smartphone producers. China firmly promotes high-level opening up to the outside world and, as long as it complies with Chinese laws and regulations, welcomes enterprises and various platform products and services from various countries to enter the Chinese market, China's Cyberspace Administration, via NBC. China is investing heavily in accelerating chip development to reduce Beijing's reliance on foreign techonology. . NBC reports that China spends over $300 billion importing foreign chips annually. The ongoing conflict has raised concerns that two separate spheres of technology could emerge that would raise costs and slow international innovation. . The ongoing conflict has raised concerns that two separate spheres of technology could emerge that would raise costs and slow international innovation.

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