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Policy is crucial to spread the AI wealth with Steve Case from AOL and Revolution Ventures

This week on Found, we have an interview from TechCrunch’s Strictly VC event in DC. Becca sat down with Steve Case, the founder of AOL to discuss policy, innovation, and AI. Case, now the founder of Revolution Ventures, told the live audience that open access not only helped his company back in the 90s but…

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This week on Found, we have an interview from TechCrunch’s Strictly VC event in DC. Becca sat down with Steve Case, the founder of AOL to discuss policy, innovation, and AI. Case, now the founder of Revolution Ventures, told the live audience that open access not only helped his company back in the 90s but is also why the internet was able to progress in the way that it did. Regulators should aim for the same goal with AI policy despite the potential risks. He  argues that opening  up access to horizontal AI players like OpenAI and Google would also help expand AI away from being concentrated on the coasts.

 

(0:00) Introduction

(1:29) AI regulation compared to the internet’s early days

(6:20) Supporting AI startups outside the traditional hugs

(11:49) AI Policy and the innovation economy

(16:40) Entrepreneurship and job creation in the US

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  1. @infinateU

    June 19, 2024 at 3:09 pm

    If A.I. is playing more of a significant factor in everyones lives, considering BlockChain Network(s), Crypto Legislation, web3 reaching web5 very soon, on boarding 8 Billion humans, HOW CAN 1 NOT GET INTO politics?
    Move forward with 1 Universal TRUTH right? Green party sets the clean standard for your food witch can bring about so much wisdom to the human gut biodome. Geez.

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