Dec. 4, 2023, 10 a.m. |

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Last month, the Biden administration issued a sweeping executive order focusing on artificial intelligence. The edict particularly focused on privacy concerns and the potential for bias in AI-aided decision-making. Either could potentially violate citizens' civil rights. The executive order was a tangible indication that AI is on the government's regulatory radar.

We spoke to AI practitioners about the order and found they were concerned about both the nature of the proposed regulations and the potential for further restrictions. No …

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