Summer is over, but the generative artificial intelligence (AI) revolution continues to march forward.
Many of the cutting-edge large language models (LLMs) from companies such as OpenAI, Google and Anthropic were updated in August, but outside of China, little real progress has been made on the regulatory front in terms of to the enactment of guardrails around new technology. applications and capabilities.
However, that could be about to change.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) will kick off his series of bipartisan “AI Insight Forums” next Wednesday (September 13), apparently promising a “supercharged” road for regulation of AI when the US Senate returns from its summer recess. per a Fox News report Monday (Sept. 4).
“In the 21st century, we cannot behave like ostriches in the sand when it comes to AI. We must treat AI with the same level of seriousness as national security, job creation and our civil liberties,” he said. Schumer said.