South Dakotans Have a Unique Opportunity to Call for Safe AI Legislation From Congress

Jason Green-Lowe
June 16, 2024

As AI technologies continue to transform industries and shape the future, South Dakota finds itself at the forefront of AI policy discussions on Capitol Hill. With Senator Mike Rounds (R-SD) serving on the Senate bipartisan Artificial Intelligence working group and Senator John Thune (R-SD) holding a key Senate leadership position as the Senate Minority Whip, the Mount Rushmore State is poised to play a significant role in shaping the legislative landscape surrounding AI.

Jason Green-Lowe, Executive Director at the Center for AI Policy (CAIP), recently submitted an opinion editorial to the Capital Journal, emphasizing the unique position South Dakota holds in the national conversation on AI policy.

The op-ed is titled "South Dakotans have a unique opportunity to call for safe AI legislation from Congress" and is available here.