“Individual rights should not be undermined by artificial intelligence,” Biden’s message

Washington (USA) : On Thursday, the US President sat in a meeting with Satya Nadella, Sundar Pichai on issues like artificial intelligence, cyber security and various technology use problems and security. America’s Vice President Kamala Harris, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, Chief of Staff Jeff Gittens and top officials of the US administration were present at the meeting. And in that White House meeting, Joe Biden said that he himself has used ChatGPT several times.

There was already enough speculation about that meeting in the media. The emergency meeting was called to examine how various technology organizations can further ensure cyber security in the wake of recent cyber attacks. In addition to Google’s CEO, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella and Amazon’s CEO Andy Jassy will join the meeting, according to the press.

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At the same time, Sam Altman, CEO of Open AI, Dario Abraham, CEO of Anthropics, were present at the meeting. At the end of the two-hour emergency meeting, US Vice President Kamala Harris said in a statement, “There is a need to be aware of the continuous improvement in the use of technology and its benefits. But personal security, privacy and civil rights should not be compromised in any way.”

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Making it clear that the administration is giving considerable importance to this matter, Harris also said in his statement, “The companies concerned also have legal responsibilities in the use of advanced technology, especially artificial intelligence. This should be considered by the leaders of technology-oriented organizations. The US administration is creating new laws to help facilitate the use of new technologies. At the same time, certain restrictions are being placed in this regard so that the right to personal privacy is not violated.”

Published by:Swaksharsen Gupta

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Tags: Artificial intelligence, Joe Biden, Sundar Pichai, USA

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