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OpenAI CEO Sam Altman calls for AI to be regulated during Senate hearing

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OpenAI CEO Sam Altman urged U.S. lawmakers to regulate artificial intelligence companies during a Senate hearing. Washington Post report May 16th.

Altman calls for regulation

Altman, the company behind ChatGPT, said the U.S. government should regulate large-scale AI models by establishing licensing agencies, a set of safety standards and independent audit requirements.

Altman warned: [AI] If it doesn’t work for you, you could be going in quite the wrong direction. He expressed his support for an international standards body to regulate AI in the same way the world government regulates nuclear weapons.

He also expressed specific concerns about the potential use of AI in influencing elections, calling the issue “one of the problems.” [his] This is the area of ​​greatest concern. “

Meanwhile, officials expressed concerns about the concentration of power in AI development companies, the disregard for non-English languages ​​in AI training, and AI’s impact on copyright protection and data privacy.

Despite their concerns, Altman and IBM executive Christina Montgomery rejected suggestions that AI development should be halted or paused. By contrast, several technology leaders, including Tesla CEO Elon Musk, signed a letter in March calling for a six-month moratorium on AI development.

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