Alabama has new state commission examining various aspects of artificial intelligence

The State of Alabama has created a new 25-member commission focused on artificial intelligence (AI) and associated technologies, an action called for in a joint resolution passed in the last legislative session. The commission is expected to examine several areas of focus, such as how schools and universities can develop AI-educational programs and privacy issues for consumers. It will meet over the next seven months and deliver a report to Governor Kay Ivey in May 2020 on how AI can benefit the economy.

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