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Artificial Intelligence: Preparing for the Future

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a transformational technology that has the potential to revolutionize our economy and society, both domestically and globally. The rapid expansion in the use of AI is already having a profound impact across industries—from healthcare to transportation—and offers great hope for increasing economic opportunity, boosting incomes, speeding life science research at reduced costs, and simplifying the lives of consumers. 

AI is projected to increase global economic growth by $13 trillion by the end of the decade, making it vital to establish appropriate protections to manage potential risks while maximizing potential benefits. 

Policymakers and business leaders must work together to determine a roadmap for optimizing AI’s many benefits and ensuring its responsible and ethical use. 

Brad Smith, Vice Chair and President of Microsoft, joined State of American Business 2024 to discuss AI’s potential.

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At its Global AI Forum, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce emphasized the importance of business-government collaboration in artificial intelligence and unveiled the Responsible AI Business Leadership Initiative.

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AI Commission

Recognizing the critical role the business community plays in the development and deployment of AI, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce launched the Commission on AI Competitiveness, Inclusion, and Innovation (“Commission”) in 2022.  

This bipartisan and multi-stakeholder Commission, comprised of members from the private sector, academia, and civil society, was tasked with considering the complex issues and real-world impacts that AI will have economically, individually, and globally. 

The Future of Work

AI is best positioned to augment the workforce, not replace it. The U.S. Chamber's Commission on Artificial Intelligence Competition, Inclusion, and Innovation report outlines recommendations for preparing the workforce for the continued integration of AI tools across our economy.

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Artificial Intelligence

As countries across the globe race to advance artificial intelligence, it is crucial we get the policy environment right to enable American innovators to lead the AI revolution.

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