President Joe Biden met with artificial intelligence experts in California Tuesday, where he cautioned that the technology would require all new regulations to prevent possible discrimination or data exploitation.
This comes as Congress considers legislation aimed at increasing transparency around AI-generated content.
Meanwhile, city officials are already considering ways to regulate AI at a more local level.
Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine sat down with NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Wednesday to talk about a new report his office released detailing ways the city can both capitalize on the positive uses of AI, while minimizing the threats.
“I think that every government agency needs to adhere to this principle. At the end of the day, a person is responsible for every word, every image, every video that goes out the door,” said Levine. “But if along the way, you can use these tools to make your job easier, that can be a win.”