Humanity faces two existential crises — the climate crisis and AI. Can one help solve the other?

As I write this, two contrasting regulations on the development of artificial intelligence — namely generative AI — are making their way through the European and British parliaments. The British approach is very simple — looking to ensure AI companies fit into existing laws governing technology companies.  In contrast, the EU approach, as White & Case analysis describes, is an entirely new piece of legislation, and is risk-based — looking to counter the most serious risks that come with developing more advanced AI. Whether that is data scraping, infringements on individual liberty, as well as fake news and election involvement. …

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