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Plus: Deepfake or makeup? — prank on European MPs wasn’t so high tech, the White House’s new AI website, DOD’s new Data Decrees, and Congress moves ahead with the Endless Frontier Act

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Plus: Deepfake or makeup? — prank on European MPs wasn’t so high tech, the White House’s new AI website, DOD’s new Data Decrees, and Congress moves ahead with the Endless Frontier Act

Plus: Kremlin-linked pranksters use deepfakes to trick European lawmakers, Congress introduces a slate of new AI-relevant bills, and Biden nominates DOD CTO

Plus: Nvidia’s new CPUs could be an AI game changer, AI-relevant funding in Biden’s infrastructure proposal, and two Senate hearings with AI implications

Plus: Myanmar’s military gains access to facial recognition tech, a House bill to reshape NSF, and a Congressional report warns of brain drain

Plus: A judge slams DOD’s Xiaomi ban, Stanford’s 2020 AI roundup, and OpenAI’s cool (but gullible) new system

Plus: NSCAI releases its final report, Google’s controversial split with another AI ethics researcher, IBM looks to leave healthcare AI, and Dems introduce a major immigration bill.

Plus: The House forms a new defense tech subcommittee, a Chinese tech giant makes an AI play, and Biden calls Xi

Plus: More trouble on Google’s Ethical AI team, Congressional Dems target social media algorithms, and FBI looks into tracking social media with AI

Plus: Global semiconductor shortages put car manufacturing on hold, the Trump administration establishes new National AI Initiative office, and the government tests new methods of facial recognition

Plus: Google in hot water over its handling of internal research, USG puts more Chinese companies on export blacklist, and year-end Congressional funding includes AI provisions