US Senate working group releases AI roadmap

16/05/2024 | IAPP

The US Senate working group has released an artificial intelligence (AI) roadmap prioritising innovation and guidance. The 31-page document suggests minimal explicit guardrails for AI technology, emphasising the need to examine how existing regulations can apply to AI, such as passing a comprehensive federal privacy law.

The roadmap proposes a minimum of $32 billion per year investment in AI innovation and includes targeted legislative proposals. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer notes that the recommendations are a starting point, aiming to stimulate momentum for new bipartisan AI legislation and ensure the US remains at the forefront of AI innovation.

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