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If Congress Won’t Regulate A.I., States and Cities Will

As the technology explodes, a growing movement of local legislation is setting the groundwork for A.I. regulation in the U.S.

A video surveillance camera hangs from the side of a building in San Francisco, California.
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It wasn’t hard to ban facial recognition in Somerville, Massachusetts.

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Dave Gershgorn

Dave Gershgorn

Senior Writer at OneZero covering surveillance, facial recognition, DIY tech, and artificial intelligence. Previously: Qz, PopSci, and NYTimes.

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