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Op-Ed: What State and Local Governments Should Do About Generative AI

By Marc Pfeiffer senior policy fellow at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.

July 28, 2023 |

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Society is often slow to appreciate that technological innovations have both positive and negative outcomes. Splitting the atom led to weapons that can destroy the planet, but also provided a source of carbon-free energy and health care advances. Social media apps have connected people and created thousands of jobs. But their features have also led to many individual, group and societal harms.

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NJ SEED: It is difficult to how governments can control or manage the exponential expansion of AI. There are those who predict the possibility that AI could someday cause humans to become extinct – certainly not the first of last Earth species to have that happen.

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