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Important meeting at the White House on the threat of AI, Biden met with the CEOs of several companies including Google and Microsoft



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The US government has told tech companies to be prepared for the threat of AI
If technology becomes a security threat, it will be difficult: Kamala Harris

New Delhi. Many big names have gathered at the United States White House to discuss the dangers of AI. US President Joe Biden met with the CEOs of the world’s largest artificial intelligence (AI) companies at the White House on Thursday and discussed potential threats and security measures from AI. The meeting brought together the CEOs of major AI companies, including Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Microsoft.

A meeting was held with the CEOs of Google and Microsoft at the White House. Vice President Kamala Harris also attended this meeting. The meeting lasted two hours and featured Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, OpenAI’s Sam Altman, and Anthropic’s Dario Amodi. In the meeting, rules and regulations regarding AI were discussed, how to keep government control over AI? During the emergency meeting, there was a long discussion about artificial intelligence with rules and regulations to control them.

Tech companies must be prepared for the threat of AI
The US government has said tech companies will need to prepare in advance for the growing concern, danger and risk of AI. It is believed that the system of working with AI will change. Millions of users have started testing such devices, which proponents claim can help cure diseases with the help of AI. Legal support and debugging software can be created. At the same time, there are growing concerns about how privacy can be violated through the use of technology and this can also impact jobs.

If technology becomes a security threat, it will be difficult: Kamala Harris
At that meeting, US Vice President Kamala Harris said in her statement that technology is meant to make life better, but if it becomes a security threat, it will be difficult. He said AI can become a threat to security, privacy and civil rights. He called on all tech companies, including Google and Microsoft, to ensure the security of their AI products.

America will invest in AI

Prior to the meeting, OpenAI’s Altman told the media that this (AI) is definitely going to be a challenge, but I’m sure we can handle it. The administration also announced a $140 million investment from the National Science Foundation to fund seven new AI research institutes. The administration said the White House Office of Management and Budget will issue policy guidance on the government’s use of AI. Leading AI developers including Anthropic, Google, Hugging Face, Nvidia Corp, OpenAI and Stability AI will participate in the public evaluation of their AI systems.

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