Regulating generative AI in China: Week in Brief
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The Week in Brief Podcast is your weekly guide to the latest news, issues, and events in professional licensing, regulation, and digital government. This week, Sarah and Paul discuss new regulations regarding the use and provision of generative AI services in China, efforts from the U.S. federal government to harmonize cybersecurity regulations at the federal, state, and local levels, and more.
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Welcome to the Week in Brief Podcast, a weekly 10-minute review of some of the biggest headlines in licensure, regulation, and digital government.

 

Every week, join Ascend Editor-in-Chief Paul Leavoy and Sarah Rivin, Government Affairs Director at Thentia, as they provide a quick summary of the week’s leading stories, which you can explore in more depth by checking out our Week in Brief series, published every Monday, and by signing up for the Week in Brief newsletter

 

This week, Sarah and Paul discuss:

 

  • New regulations in China that provide a broad outline of how the PRC intends to handle the development of generative AI.
  • Nebraska’s adoption of the now-active Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact.
  • Efforts in Illinois to streamline the licensing process for internationally trained health care workers, and more.
 

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