ChatGPT boss tells US legislators regulation ‘critical’ for AI

ChatGPT boss, OpenAI’s chief executive Sam Altman

arrives at the Senate hearing on artificial intelligence [Patrick Semansky/AP Photo] Sam Altman, the chief executive of ChatGPT’s OpenAI, has told legislators in the United States that government regulation of artificial intelligence is “critical” because of the potential risks it poses to humanity.

Altman used his appearance on Tuesday in front of a US Senate judiciary subcommittee to urge Congress to impose new rules on big tech despite deep political divisions that have blocked legislation aimed at regulating the internet for years. Keep reading

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