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Some jurisdictions, like the European Union, have leaned heavily towards AI regulation, while others like the United States are taking a “light touch” approach to date, according to Daniel Araya of the Centre for International Governance Innovation.
Araya, a senior fellow specializing in technology policy and governance, said he believes Canada should look to fall somewhere in between these two examples in order to mitigate the risks of AI while also encouraging innovation.
However, Araya told The Hill Times, based on conversations he has had with officials in the Prime Minister’s Office, his sense is “everybody’s talking about it, …
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