Kamala Harris and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak are reportedly to meet and discuss the wars in Ukraine and Israel during the vice president’s trip to London this week to attend an artificial intelligence summit. Harris is expected to talk about the Israel-Hamas war and ‘consult on next steps in our support for Ukraine’ with Sunak during a visit to London later this week, Reuters reported Monday, citing an unnamed White House official.
President Biden on Monday signed what the White House dubbed a ‘landmark executive order to ensure that America leads the way in seizing the promise and managing the risks of artificial intelligence.’ Meanwhile, the European Union is putting the final touches on a comprehensive set of regulations that targets the riskiest applications for the technology.
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