CSET Executive Director, Dewey Murdick, provided his expert insights in an article published by The Hill that discusses the growing concerns and risks associated with artificial intelligence (AI) as Congress approaches a critical election year. Despite numerous hearings and discussions on the benefits and risks of AI, experts argue that Congress needs to take action promptly, expressing concerns that lawmakers are already lagging behind.
Murdick emphasizes the importance of congressional action, stating, “If there’s no action before the end of this Congress, I think there’s going to be a perception that they failed.” He added, “It’s going to be a super tough year to do anything, but I think the pressure is on pretty high to do something.”
If there’s no action before the end of this Congress, I think there’s going to be a perception that they failed.Dewey Murdick, CSET Executive Director
Read the article in The Hill.