House of Lords report on AI urges more positive vision for LLMs

Calls for action on copyright issues in AI development

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House of Lords report on AI urges more positive vision for LLMs

The House of Lords Communications and Digital Committee has issued a stark message to the UK government, warning that it risks falling behind in the 'AI goldrush.'

A new report, released today, stresses the need for the government to refocus its AI strategy. Rather than solely prioritising hypothetical existential threats, the report - based on evidence ga...

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