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Four House lawmakers have introduced bipartisan legislation that would require the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Election Assistance Commission to jointly develop a report that would provide voluntary guidelines for election administrators on the benefits and risks posed by artificial intelligence during the election, reports CyberScoop.


Article Link: House lawmakers introduce bill to help election workers prepare for AI threats | SC Media


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