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A bipartisan group of senators unveils a plan to tackle artificial intelligence

A bipartisan group of senators led by Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has released a long-awaited report detailing actions congressional committees can take to address the advancements and risks of artificial intelligence.

"Congress can't and won't solve every challenge AI presents today," Schumer, D-N.Y., said during a press conference Wednesday. "But we can lay down a base of smart, bipartisan policy proposals, guided by both urgency and humility."

What's in the proposal?

The report's goal of $32 billion by 2026 aligns with a 2021 report by the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence.

The working group's road map includes the following proposals:

— Increasing funding for AI innovation to "maintain global competitiveness"

— Ensuring enforcement of existing AI laws and to address any unintended bias

— Considering the impact AI will have on the U.S. workforce, including potential job displacement and demands to train workers

— Addressing issues related to deepfakes, particularly with regard to election content and "nonconsensual intimate images"

— Mitigating threats of "potential long-term risk scenarios"

Schumer said he plans to meet with House Speaker Mike Johnson soon to ensure the effort can have bicameral support.

A bipartisan path following months of vetting

The 30-page road map is the result of nine forums with over 150 AI experts convened by a bipartisan Senate working group, including Schumer and fellow Democrat Sen. Martin Heinrich, and GOP Sens. Todd Young and Mike Rounds.

"We had experts from all walks of life — people, of course, from the tech industry, but people from the civil rights community and the labor community and critics of AI — all coming together and actually talking to each

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