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Four senators from different political parties came together last week to emphasize the importance of increasing funding for AI research. The argument is that if the government does not move swiftly, the United States will soon fall behind.

According to Fox News Digital, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is in charge of the nonpartisan organization. Senators Todd Young of Indiana and Mike Rounds of South Dakota, both Republicans, join him.

The group acknowledged that they did not always agree on the best courses of action, but they also agreed that the United States must react to China’s significant investment in artificial intelligence (AI) technology. The 31-page study that the four senators finished offers several general policy suggestions.

“We will not wait for legislation covering every facet of artificial intelligence in society.”

According to Rounds, “the money associated with this specific investment will provide rewards to the taxpayers of our country over the long run.”

China now invests in AI development at a rate that is likely ten times higher than ours. They are rushing,” he continued.

In particular, the group’s design focuses on generative AI, which can produce images, text, and videos in response to stimuli supplied by humans. Although technology is inventive and fascinating, some individuals are concerned about the future of certain vocations that may become obsolete due to technological advancements.

 

Young, according to the Associated Press, realized that “we are going to have to work out collectively as an institution” how to handle this technology after seeing the emergence of ChatGPT and other models.

“People started to speculate about potential problems connected with future breakthroughs in artificial intelligence in the same breath that they were amazed by the potential of just one generative AI platform,” Young continued.

As a result, the organization is requesting that the US government allocate $32 billion annually to AI research unrelated to defense. Schumer said that the United States must continue to hold the upper hand against China.

Schumer further stated that taking action did not require waiting for legislation covering every aspect of artificial intelligence.

“We will not wait for legislation that tackles all facets of artificial intelligence in society,” he declared.

The Senate Rules Committee debated how artificial intelligence (AI) may affect or possibly endanger the nation’s electoral system on Wednesday.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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