The Race To Regulate AI

Some businesses using new artificial intelligence tools have reported big gains in labor productivity. These AI assistants, backed by some of the biggest names in tech, could someday change how work gets done in the U.S. As the technology shuffles up white-collar work in the U.S., some policymakers are pitching ideas like 32-hour work weeks and robot taxes. Meanwhile, other countries are banning high-risk uses of AI in sectors like education and financial services.

0:00 Introduction
01:20 Chapter 1: Productivity and taxes
05:37 Chapter 2: Jobs
07:49: Chapter 3: Regulation

Produced and Edited by: Carlos Waters
Production assistance: Jack Hillyer
Animation: Jason Reginato
Supervising Producer: Lindsey Jacobson
Additional Footage: Getty Images, U.S. Congress
Additional Sources: The Brookings Institution, New York State Assembly, Nasdaq, National Bureau of Economic Research, New York Stock Exchange, Social Security Administration, TrackBill, White House

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The Race To Regulate AI

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