As anxiety over Chinese advancements in emerging technologies spikes in Washington, Congress is scrambling to pass legislation to shore up America’s position in the global race for supremacy in artificial intelligence.
Policy experts welcome Capitol Hill’s urgency. But Martijn Rasser, a senior technology and national security fellow at the Center for New American Security, suggested the effort remains disjointed—particularly when compared to Beijing’s meticulous, whole-of-government approach to AI.
“There’s a lot of activity, but unfortunately it’s very much piecemeal still,” Rasser said.
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