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Connecticut: Bill relating to AI, automated decision-making, and personal data privacy passes House

On May 30, 2023, Senate Bill 1103 for an Act concerning Artificial intelligence, automated decision-making and personal data privacy passed the Connecticut House of Representatives with amendments made by Senate Amendment Schedule A, and is currently in concurrence. In particular, the bill establishes an office of artificial intelligence (AI) and exempts air carriers from certain provisions concerning data privacy.

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

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