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Senators recommend $32 billion in emergency spending on AI to develop and regulate the technology, emphasizing the need to compete with other countries and improve Americans' quality of life.
  • Bipartisan group of senators led by Chuck Schumer propose $32 billion in emergency spending on AI over three years
  • Focus on developing AI and implementing safeguards to address risks
  • Urgent need for regulation and incentives for innovation in AI
  • Recommendations include boosting U.S. investments in AI, transparency requirements, and impact studies on jobs and the workforce
  • Emphasis on competing with other countries and improving quality of life through AI technology
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