Steven Lohr reports:
Two hallmarks of American economic policy under President Trump are a reflexive aversion for regulation and go-it-alone nationalism.
But in technology policy, that stance is changing.
In September, the Trump administration abandoned its hands-off approach and began working closely with the 36-nation Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development to create international guidelines for the design and use of artificial intelligence.
The administration has also started to discuss a new law to protect privacy in the digital age, seeking consensus domestically and common ground internationally.
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