New York times - 20/09/2023 20:35  

Will Hurd Releases A.I. Plan, a First in the Republican Presidential Field

The former Texas congressman's plan takes an expansive view of both the potential and the risks of artificial intelligence, calling for it to be used more widely but also tightly regulated.

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