Artificial Intelligence: Top Tech Leaders To Meet In The White House To Discuss AI Safety

President Joe Biden expects that companies must prioritize the safety of their products before making them available to the public.

Top executives of the biggest technology companies, including Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL), Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), OpenAI, and Anthropic, have been summoned on Thursday to a meeting at the White House to discuss critical issues concerning artificial intelligence (AI) including AI safety.

The meeting, which will be attended by Vice President Kamala Harris and other high-ranking officials from the Biden administration, emphasizes the importance of ensuring the safety of AI products before releasing them to the public. (Business Today)

Issues related to the fast-paced advancement of AI technology center on the possibilities of privacy infringements, bias, and the spread of scams and false information.

An invitation issued by White House Office of Science and Technology Policy director Arati Prabhakar and obtained by Axios said: “We aim to have a frank discussion of the risks we each see in current and near-term AI development, actions to mitigate those risks, and other ways we can work together to ensure the American people benefit from advances in AI while being protected from its harms.”

President Joe Biden has previously acknowledged the potential dangers of AI, and has called on technology companies to take responsibility for ensuring the safety of their AI products.

Related Story:  Biden Administration Mulls Regulation Of AI Such As ChatGPT

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