Ramaswamy Challenges Harris To High-Stakes AI Debate As Speculation Over Trump's VP Pick Swirls...

Written By BlabberBuzz | Thursday, 18 January 2024 08:30 PM
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Vivek Ramaswamy, a prominent figure in the political landscape, has issued a challenge to Vice President Kamala Harris for a debate on artificial intelligence (AI).

This comes amidst the ongoing speculation regarding former President Trump's potential running mate.

Ramaswamy took to social media on Tuesday night to challenge Harris, who is currently overseeing AI policy. He wrote, "Kamala is in charge of AI policy right now. In a debate, I’d challenge her to see if she can spell ‘AI.’ I’d bet on the same blank stare I got from Nikki when I asked her to name 3 provinces in eastern Ukraine." This statement was a reference to a previous GOP debate in December.

Ramaswamy's challenge was a response to a comment made by Jack Posobiec, senior editor at Human Events, who wrote, "Imagine what Vivek would do to Kamala in a debate."

In November, Harris delivered a significant speech on the future of AI in London. She pledged that the "United States will continue to work with the G7; the United Nations; and a diverse range of governments, from the Global North to the Global South, to promote AI safety and equity around the world."

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Days before her London speech, Harris, speaking from the East Room of the White House, warned of the potential dangers of AI, including discrimination, bias, and other abuses. She committed to working with civil rights leaders to address these issues.

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Harris also mentioned the "Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights," an administration document recommending "proactive equity assessments as part of the system design." This blueprint, she said, would establish "a minimum baseline of responsible AI practices" for private companies operating in the field.

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These comments followed a warning from the American Accountability Foundation (AAF), a conservative watchdog group. The AAF cautioned that the Biden administration was attempting to use AI to advance progressive, left-wing ideology, with activists leading the charge.

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In a separate post, Ramaswamy called on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Haley to suspend their 2024 presidential campaigns following Trump’s decisive victory at the Iowa caucuses. He wrote, "It’s time to move forward. Running the race through Iowa was fair game. But the people have spoken loud & clear. The game is over. We have a country to save."

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Ramaswamy withdrew from the race after placing fourth at the caucuses on Monday night and immediately endorsed Trump. The following day, he campaigned for Trump in New Hampshire. During the campaign, he shared a clip of him and Trump on stage together, with the crowd chanting "VP."

While Trump has not yet announced his choice for a 2024 running mate, he revealed during a Fox News town hall last week that he has already made his decision.

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