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US lawmakers seek to regulate AI vendors to the government

WASHINGTON, Jan 10 (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of congressman on Wednesday unveiled legislation that would require federal agencies and their artificial intelligence vendors to adopt best practices for handling the risks posed by AI, as the U.S. government slowly moves toward regulating the technology.

The proposed bill, sponsored by Democrats Ted Lieu and Don Beyer alongside Republicans Zach Nunn and Marcus Molinaro, is modest in scope but has a chance of becoming law since a Senate version was introduced last November by Republican Jerry Moran and Democrat Mark Warner.


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