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The United States is working to develop commitments for an international framework for the use of artificial intelligence. Image: LR/EFE configuration

Elon Musk, owner of X (formerly Twitter), Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Meta (Facebook), and Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, warned of the need to regulate… Artificial Intelligence (AI) In a session in the US Senate. The meeting has been called before Chuck SchumerThe Democratic leader and OpenAI executives also participated, Sam Altman; From Google, Sundar Pichai; And from Microsoft Satya Nadellaamong other things.

The Senate Democratic leader called for this forum to be held so that senators can learn about the benefits and challenges of this new technology that has spread widely after its launch. ChatGPT.

Elon Musk: Artificial Intelligence could be harmful

musk He warned of the danger that artificial intelligence would be harmful and a “double-edged sword” in statements to the press upon leaving the Senate.

Tesla’s CEO defended its organization, saying that the meeting in the Senate was “extremely important for the future of human civilization.” “Schumer asked us to raise our hands to see if we support regulation of AI, and I think almost all of us did,” he explained.

Zuckerberg “Congress must cooperate with artificial intelligence in the interests of innovation and safeguards,” he told senators.

“This is an emerging technology, so there are issues that need to be addressed, and ultimately it is up to the authorities to do so,” he explained, according to a transcript of his words published by Meta.

The US government also said that it is working to translate the voluntary commitments of US companies into an international framework on the use of artificial intelligence, adding that it has already conducted consultations with countries such as… Brazil, Canada, South Korea, France, Germany, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico And the United kingdom.

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