WASHINGTON, DC – Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX), co-chair of the Congressional Artificial Intelligence Caucus, today thanked his fellow co-chair, Rep. John Delaney (D-MD) for his leadership during their tenure as co-chairs in the 115th Congress. Rep. Olson and Rep.
WASHINGTON - During congressional testimony this week, Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg stated repeatedly that artificial intelligence (AI) technology will allow the platform to better combat the problem of disseminating fake news, hate speech, terrorist propaganda and false ads.
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Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.) says he wants Congress to focus on issues of the future, and the future is artificial intelligence (AI).
One of Congress’ biggest backers of artificial intelligence is warning the U.S. government to pay more attention to the technology.
Artificial intelligence is the subject of great hopes, dire warnings, and now — a congressional caucus.
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is the hot buzz word these days. We see it in the movies, in our homes and in the news. Many people are expressing concerns about how AI will impact jobs in the workforce. Others are convinced of the benefits of AI, from self-driving cars to helping doctors find cures for debilitating diseases.
One of the biggest problems with Washington is that more often than not the policy conversation isn’t grounded in the facts. We see this dysfunction clearly on technology policy, where Congress is largely uninformed on what the future of artificial intelligence (AI) technology will look like and what the actual consequences are likely to be.
Founder of the Congressional Artificial Intelligence (AI) Caucus Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.) talks about why his legislation to set the nation’s first AI policy framework is needed to boost national defense and mitigate the tech’s potential impact on children.
Co-Chair, Rep. Olson on Artficial Intelligence tranforming goverment.