Two AI-related bills introduced in US Congress amid generative AI rush

US lawmakers on Thursday introduced two bills related to artificial intelligence in the Senate as the proliferation of the technology continues to gather momentum after the launch of Microsoft-owned OpenAI’s generative AI driven ChatGPT and Google’s Bard.

One of the bills introduced in the Senate necessitates US government bodies or agencies to let citizens or users know when AI is being used to interact with them.

This bill, which was introduced by senators Gary Peters, Mike Braun, and James Lankford representing both the Democrats and Republicans, postulates that government agencies should create a mechanism for citizens to appeal decisions taken by AI.

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Source:: Computerworld