US President Meets Google and ChatGPT Bosses, Discusses the Dangers of AI

Berikut US President Meets Google and ChatGPT Bosses, Discusses the Dangers of AI
Yang terbaru kami bagikan untuk anda. Dapatkan informasi gadget terbaru hanya di – Jakarta – President of the United States (US), Joe Biden meets the leaders of Google, Microsoft and OpenAI as the maker of ChatGPT to the White House, to discuss the dangers of sophistication Artificial Intelligence or AIs.

The meeting was held for 2 hours on Thursday (04/05/2023), and was attended by officials from Google, Microsoft and OpenAI. They are Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and Anthropic CEO Dario Amodei.

Meanwhile from the United States Government, attended by President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, Chief of Staff to the President Jeff Zients, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, Director of the National Economic Council Lael Brainard and Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo.

quoted Telset from Gadgets 360 on Friday (05/05/2023), Joe Biden did not attend a meeting regarding the dangers of AI for long. However, according to an anonymous source, the 46th US President tried ChatGPT in an experiment during a meeting.


“He (Joe Biden) has been briefed extensively on ChatGPT and has been experimenting with it,” the source said.

On the other hand, US Vice President Kamala Harris assessed that AI technology has the potential to improve human life. However, it can also raise security, privacy, and civil rights issues.

Kamala advised technology company bosses that they have a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of their artificial intelligence products.

Then the AI ​​Government is also open to discussions in making new regulations and supporting new laws regarding artificial intelligence.

After the meeting was over, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman told reporters that the United States Government could move fast in formulating AI regulations.

“It’s good to try to overcome this. It’s definitely going to be a challenge, but it’s one I’m sure we can handle,” said Sam Altman when asked whether the US was moving fast enough on AI regulation.


On this occasion, the US Government also announced an investment of USD 140 million or IDR 2 trillion from the National Science Foundation to launch 7 new AI research institutes, and will release policy guidelines on the use of AI for the United States Federal Government. [NM/HBS]