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United States Privacy Digest | Connecticut governor signs bill on AI, privacy; lawmakers consider AI policy Related reading: US government shutdown could impact FTC rulemaking  

  • Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, D-Conn., signed SB 1103, an act concerning artificial intelligence, automated decision-making and personal data privacy. SB 1103 establishes an Office of Artificial Intelligence as well as a task force to study AI and develop an AI bill of rights. It also requires the Department of Administrative Services to inventory AI systems in use by any state agency by 31 Dec. 
  • U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., proposed a set of principles that should guide U.S. AI legislation. The principles include creating private rights of action, protecting personal data and enforcing age limits on use. Hawley said they will "help set the course for the responsible development of American AI." 
  • Members of the U.S. Senate are expected to introduce the Global Technology Leadership Act aimed at informing AI policymaking and innovation, NBC News reports. The bill comes as senators do their due diligence to develop a baseline knowledge on AI-related matters.

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