March 13, 2024, 3:39 p.m. | Courtney Rozen, Jillian Deutsch

Bloomberg Technology

Governments don’t have a great track record of keeping up with emerging technology. But the complex, rapidly evolving field of artificial intelligence raises legal, national security and civil rights concerns that can’t be ignored. The European Union passed a sweeping law that would put guardrails on the technology; in China, no company can produce an AI service without proper approvals. The US is still working on its regulatory approach. While Congress considers legislation, some American citie

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