Reply to post: Only in their dreams, methinks. They really are serious slow learner, aren't they.

UK government plans to spend over £100M on AI ... but copyright code is held up

amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

Only in their dreams, methinks. They really are serious slow learner, aren't they.

Are they brain damaged?

"This government is committed to supporting the AI and creative industries sectors so that they continue to flourish and are able to compete internationally.

"We are continuing to engage with stakeholders to work towards a shared approach which allows our AI and creative sectors to grow together. We will set out further proposals on the way forward soon."

No mention there of funding support being dependent upon government leading developments being of their choosing with political party apparatchiks parachuted in to take over primary command leverage for remote access control from innovative technologists pioneering new worldly orders for new world orders with command of future controls that deliver rapid multi-displinary progress to systems administrations in dire straits and expanding states of internal decay.

It is indeed fortunate that government intervention and help with all manner of selfish self-serving strings attached is not something needed by AI and creative industries sectors

However, it also acknowledges that "the challenges posed by AI technologies will ultimately require legislative action in every country once understanding of risk has matured."

Good luck with the herding of those headless chickens on a Sisyphean task.

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