California is trying to impose restrictions on artificial intelligence, inspired by European regulations. In mid-March, the European Parliament approved a law regulating artificial intelligence models.

More than 30 bills were submitted to the California Parliament, according to David Harris, a consultant with the California Initiative for Technology and Democracy. Harris sees concerns over "deepfakes" and fake texts generated by artificial intelligence as one of the most important issues. A poll conducted in October by the University of Berkeley, which included voters in California, showed that 73% of them support laws.