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California: Bill on AI and training read for second time and ordered to third reading

On May 9, 2024, Assembly Bill 2877 on the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018: artificial intelligence: training was read for a second time and ordered to third reading.

If enacted, the bill would prohibit a developer from using the personal information of a consumer under 16 years of age, as specified, to train an artificial intelligence (AI) system or service unless the consumer or the consumer's parent or guardian, as specified, has affirmatively authorized that use of the consumer's personal information. In addition, where affirmative authorization is given, personal information must be de-identified and aggregated before being used to train an AI system or service.

You can read the bill here and track its progress here.