CEOs Of Google And Microsoft Are Invited To The White House AI Meeting

On Thursday, US Vice President Kamala Harris and other senior administration officials will meet with the CEOs of Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Microsoft, OpenAI, and Anthropic to discuss important artificial intelligence (AI) challenges.

President Joe Biden’s “expectation that companies like yours must make sure their products are safe before making them available to the public,” according to the invitation to the CEOs obtained by Reuters, was noted.

Privacy concerns, bias, and worries that it can spread frauds and false information are among the issues raised by the rapidly developing AI technology.

In April, Biden said it was too soon to tell whether AI was hazardous, but he emphasised that tech firms have a duty to make sure their products were secure. He claimed that social media had already demonstrated the damage that strong technology can cause when the proper controls aren’t in place.

As worries about AI’s effects on national security and education rise, the administration has also asked the public for feedback on potential accountability measures for these systems.

White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and White House Domestic Policy Council representatives discussed how the technology can present a significant risk to workers in a blog post on Monday.

The White House official who wished to remain unnamed stated that among others, Biden’s chief of staff Jeff Zients, deputy chief of staff Bruce Reed, national security adviser Jake Sullivan, director of the National Economic Council Lael Brainard, and secretary of commerce Gina Raimondo will be present at the meeting on Thursday.

An inquiry for comments was not immediately answered by the businesses.

U.S. lawmakers have taken notice of ChatGPT, an AI programme that recently attracted public attention for its ability to write answers quickly to a variety of queries. ChatGPT is the fastest-growing consumer application in history and has more than 100 million monthly active users.

“I think we should be cautious with AI, and I think there should be some government oversight because it is a danger to the public,” Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said last month in a television interview.

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