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US House Panel: AI Regulation Begins With Privacy

US House Panel: AI Regulation Begins With Privacy

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Congressional regulation of artificial intelligence should begin with a national privacy law, members of a House panel said in a message laced with dark warnings about allowing China to effectively set global expectations for the collection and use of data powering algorithms.

The U.S. Congress has debated passage of a national privacy law for more than two decades. Late last December, the House Energy and Commerce Committee approved a bipartisan proposal dubbed the American Data Privacy and Protection Act, but the bill had little chance of becoming law, given its timing. Many privacy advocates criticized the proposal, and Senate Democrats and Republicans are not showing signs of achieving consensus.

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