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Washington, D.C. — Today, Congresswoman Robin Kelly (IL-02) testified before the European Parliament Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence in a Digital Age.
In her message to the joint hearing on the external policy dimension of AI, Congresswoman Kelly stressed the importance of Transatlantic cooperation and aligning US-EU regulations around Artificial Intelligence.
Congresswoman Kelly’s opening remarks are below:
Congresswoman Kelly released the following statement on the Senate’s vote to acquit Donald Trump:
Senate Republicans’ failure to hold Donald Trump accountable for inciting a violent insurrection in an unprecedented attempt to overthrow our Democracy is a grave indictment of their cowardice and complicity.
Congresswoman Robin Kelly released this statement on the shameful mob violence that occurred at the U.S. Capitol today.
Data privacy and cybersecurity issues continue to be top of mind, as this week the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Internet of Things (“IoT”) Cybersecurity Improvement Act (H.R.
Washington, DC – Last night, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act (H.R. 1668), introduced by Congresswoman Robin Kelly. The legislation establishes baseline standards for government-purchased Internet-connected devices.
The Senate on Nov. 17 approved the Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act (H.R. 1668) by unanimous consent, sending the bill to the White House for President Trump’s signature. The House approved the bill in September.
Reps. Will Hurd, R-Texas, Robin Kelly, D-Ill., and Jerry McNerney, D-Calif., said they believe the federal government will play a key role in pushing the development of artificial intelligence by ensuring access to data and education, Nextgov reported Tuesday.
The federal government may have a role to play as an equity mediator when it comes to the development of artificial intelligence technologies, according to three lawmakers.
Reps. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., Will Hurd, R-Texas, and Jerry McNerney, D-Calif., are convinced that artificial intelligence will soon be ubiquitous and the U.S. government will play a vital role in its development. But in order for the technology to be developed equitably, the federal government will need to ensure access to education as well as resources like data aren’t limited to elites.
Chicago, IL – Chief James Black and Captain Jeff Dill joined Congresswoman Robin Kelly yesterday to mark Suicide Prevention Month and call for greater access to federal first responder resiliency and wellness resources.
The U.S. House and Senate have both agreed to extend an international cybersecurity program through 2027.
The bill reauthorizing the Undertaking Spam, Spyware and Fraud Enforcement With Enforcers Beyond Borders Act was sponsored by Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Robin Kelly, a Democrat from Illinois. The legislation was passed by voice vote in both chambers, a procedure usually reserved for noncontroversial pieces of legislation.