AI lobbying spikes 185% as calls for regulation surge

Key Points:

  • AI lobbying reached new heights in 2023 with over 450 participating organizations
  • Organizations from various industries engaged in AI lobbying, including big tech, startups, pharmaceuticals, and finance
  • President Biden’s executive order on AI issued new guidelines and sparked debate on AI fairness

Summary:

AI lobbying efforts hit a record high in 2023, soaring by 185% from the previous year with over 450 organizations jumping into the mix. From tech giants like ByteDance and Nvidia to unexpected players like Chip companies and venture firms, a diverse range of industries dived into the AI regulation debate. This surge mirrors the explosive growth in AI lobbying seen over the past few years.

 

President Biden’s executive order on AI in October set the stage for a whirlwind of analysis and debate, with stakeholders racing to understand its implications. The order focuses on AI safety, equity, and research, aiming to develop standards and guidelines through NIST. However, concerns about AI fairness linger, especially regarding harms to marginalized groups.

 

NIST’s current call for public comments on shaping AI rules signals a critical juncture in AI governance. Businesses and individuals are invited to weigh in on responsible AI standards, vulnerability testing, and combatting synthetic content like deepfakes. As the deadline approaches, the future landscape of AI regulation hangs in the balance, with stakeholders shaping the path forward. Stay tuned for more AI drama as this gripping saga unfolds!”

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