• AI Congress hearing: Sam Altman testifies before Congress saying there is ‘urgent’ need for regulation

    OpenAI CEO Sam Altman addresses ‘urgent’ need for AI rules to avert disaster

  • Congress to tackle AI

    Welcome to The Hill's Technology newsletter {beacon} Technology Technology   The Big Story Congress to tackle AI The CEO of the company behind ChatGPT will head to Congress on Tuesday, as lawmakers race to regulate artificial intelligence (AI) while companies steam ahead with the technology. © AP Photo/Evan Vucci OpenAI CEO Sam Altman will make

  • Medicaid Is Not A Piggy Bank For Congress

    Medicaid is so much more than the talking points or media coverage on the debt ceiling. Members of Congress know it too—they know that disabled people, older adults, care workers and family caregivers would suffer if Medicaid was cut, or work requirements were enforced. We need our elected officials to fight for us and support their constituents who rely on Medicaid.

  • Biden, Congress failing citizens

    Once again, our country finds itself being exploited by foreign countries -- and once again, we create crises that should not occur ("Post-Title 42 border security is an affront to American sovereignty," Web, May 16).

  • Report to Congress on Navy Ship Names

    The following is the May 18, 2023, Congressional Research Service Report, Navy Ship Names: Background for Congress. From the report Names for Navy ships traditionally have been chosen and announced by the Secretary of the Navy, under the direction of the President and in accordance with rules prescribed by Congress. Rules for giving certain types […]

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    How the CEO behind ChatGPT won over Congress

    By Brian Fung, CNN Washington (CNN) — OpenAI CEO Sam Altman seems to have achieved in a matter of hours what other tech execs have been struggling to do for years: He charmed the socks off Congress. Despite wide-ranging concerns that artificial intelligence tools like OpenAI’s ChatGPT could disrupt democracy, national security, and the economy,

  • Regulators Should Not 'Front-Run' Congress on Stablecoins

    The House has made it clear that passing a stablecoin bill is a top priority. Regulators – like the SEC – shouldn’t get ahead of the legislative process, say Bain Capital’s Tuongvy Le and Khurram Dara.

  • Legislation to Mandate AM in Cars Is Introduced in Congress

    A bill has been introduced in both houses that would protect the presence of free AM radio in cars.

  • Report to Congress on Chinese Naval Modernization

    The following is the May 15, 2023, Congressional Research Service report, China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities — Background and Issues for Congress. From the report China’s military modernization effort, including its naval modernization effort, is the top focus of U.S. defense planning and budgeting. China’s naval modernization effort has been underway for […]

  • Here's Why AOC Should Resign From Congress in Disgrace, TODAY

    AOC would protest that National Socialism was a bloodthirsty totalitarian ideology. Yet international socialism is also a bloodthirsty totalitarian ideology.

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    Congress ponders regulation of powerful emergent A.I. platforms

    Can Congress keep up with the pace of growth in artificial intelligence? Paul Scharre of the Center for a New American Security talks about the current attempts to regulate A.I.

  • Members of Congress should not be allowed to own or trade individual stock

    It seems like a given that members of Congress shouldn't be allowed to invest in the very industries they oversee. Yet they do just that, presenting an obvious conflict of interest that threatens the integrity of our democracy. In what other job can you oversee an industry during the day and invest in it by night? That's like a referee betting on the game they're officiating. It's destructive to the public's trust, a trust already battered by the perception of a government serving special...