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State Attorneys General Combat Joe Biden’s Move to Use AI to Censor ‘Disinformation’

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Twenty state attorneys general, led by Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, have expressed concerns about President Biden’s executive order on artificial intelligence (AI), warning that it could lead to censorship of information labeled as “disinformation.”

They believe that the order centralizes governmental control over AI and opens the door to using federal control for political ends.

The order’s bureaucratic oversight process is seen as discouraging AI development and potentially entrenching large tech incumbents, with fears that AI tools developed by the Biden administration could be used to censor alleged misinformation on a large scale.

“We are further concerned that the Executive Order’s bureaucratic and nebulous supervisory process will discourage AI development, further entrench large tech incumbents, and do little to protect citizens,” the attorneys general said.

Concerns have been raised about the potential for AI to stifle free speech, with warnings about a small group of social engineers determining control under the guise of protection.

“Al is highly likely to be the control layer for everything in the world,” Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen wrote.

“You should be aware of how a small and isolated coterie of partisan social engineers are trying to determine that right now, under cover of the age-old claim that they are protecting you,” he said.

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