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SHRM Statement on Introduction of Bipartisan Artificial Intelligence Literacy Bill

ALEXANDRIA, Va -- SHRM Chief of Staff and Head of Public Affairs, Emily M. Dickens released the following statement on the introduction of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Literacy Act.

"At SHRM, we wholeheartedly applaud initiatives to increase AI literacy within the workforce. We firmly believe that combining human intelligence's unique strengths with artificial intelligence's power is the key to unlocking unparalleled returns on investment (ROI) in today's dynamic business landscape. SHRM applauds Representative Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE At-large) and Representative Larry Buschon, M.D. (R-IN-08), for introducing the AI Literacy Act. Investing in AI literacy is not just a technological imperative; it's a strategic investment in work, workers, and workplaces. By empowering our people to understand and leverage AI, we unlock its potential to drive efficiency, innovation, and sustainable success."

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