N.H. weighs preemptive ban on state AI surveillance

The novel measure stands out among hundreds of AI-related bills introduced this year.
New Hampshire’s state capitol building in Concord. (AP Photo/Holly Ramer)

A bill advancing in New Hampshire would prohibit the state from using artificial intelligence to surveil its citizens, as fears grow about AI’s potential to impede upon individual rights and liberties.

The House passed the bipartisan legislation, which would place an array of limits on state agencies, last week.

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