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 @7WJCLDZ from Massachusetts answered…54mins54m

No, but the terms and conditions should be accessible and people should know what they’re actually getting into

 @9RDDSGC from Florida answered…4hrs4H

No, while AI has been incredibly harmful, it is impossible to ban mathematics, as demonstrated by export controls on cry…

 @9RDV4M7 from New Jersey answered…6hrs6H

I do not think the government tells us the truth about UFO's/Aliens, so I would not trust them 100 percent to be honest…

 @9RDSRJS from Georgia answered…7hrs7H

It's harmful technology, that only rockets us towards environmental disaster. It should be banned outright.

 @9RDRRQX from New York answered…8hrs8H

No, unless it poses a threat to national security, and in that case, only people with the highest security clearance sho…

 @9RDHCNZ from Iowa answered…11hrs11H

It should go after people who use it to defraud or hurt vulnerable people rather than the companies that make it possibl…

 @9RDFLMP from Maryland answered…11hrs11H

the government hardly regulates anything as it is, but AI is too dangerous as implemented by anyone.

 @9RDFGMC from Ohio answered…11hrs11H

It’s too early to tell. I would rather see them put more emphasis on social media regulation right now.

 @9RDF6B5 from Wisconsin answered…11hrs11H

It wholly depends on the situation and use. I do think some kind of regulation should be in place, but the lack of prece…

 @9RDDSGC from Florida answered…11hrs11H

No, it is impossible to control or ban mathematics; this has been demonstrated with cryptography. Significant regulation…

 @9RDDBQF from Connecticut answered…12hrs12H

Yes but keep the regulations to a minimum and allow the field to prosper and develop without too much restriction.

 @9RD8VWH from New York answered…12hrs12H

Yes by enforcing a print left on dupes and soundbites so children do not fall in the traps of predators or so we think o…

 @9RD8GR3 from Texas answered…13hrs13H

I don't think the government would do a good job at regulating ethics, given their record. I think it should be done by…

 @9RD4W5Gfrom Washington  answered…14hrs14H

AI is relatively irrelevant, however we should use put the current copyright framework already in place to work.

 @9RD2CDZ from Wyoming answered…14hrs14H

No, the government over the last 2 decades has proven time and again that ethics only matter when within ideological sco…

 @9RCBPDT from Missouri answered…20hrs20H

Somewhat. We need to be cautious to not overly stifle innovation, nor create a closed system where only the trillion dol…

 @9RC9LZT from Texas answered…20hrs20H

I feel that to maintain the ideals of the US, the government should continue to play a relatively small role in privatel…

 @9RC7L3M from New York answered…20hrs20H

while there should be laws regarding copyrighted materials being used to train datasets and to protect workers from bein…

 @9RC63YF from New York answered…21hrs21H

No, the government is full of ancient white guys literally half a foot from the grave who have no idea how to regulate A…

 @9RC4KXP from Pennsylvania answered…21hrs21H

yes but The only item of artificial intelligence that should be regulated is awarness of what is AI and what is not AI.…

 @9RC3RPK from North Carolina answered…22hrs22H

Yes, any technology equipped with AI should be devoid of any property right protection. Sub-property. All violence again…

 @9RBYKN7 from Louisiana answered…23hrs23H

No. AI is potentially problematic but I don’t trust the government with determining what ethical use is.

 @9RBY5ZC from Wisconsin answered…23hrs23H

No, but there should be harsh punishments for those who use this technology to defame other people - e.g., deep-fake por…