OpenAI CEO Sam Altman Seems To Be On The Same Page With Elon Musk About One Thing — To Ensure ‘Reasonable Safety’ In AI Era Via Strong Regulation



Last week, in a podcast, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman expressed his support for international regulation of AI, echoing similar statements shared previously by Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.

What Happened: On Friday, while speaking at the All-In podcast, Altman spoke about the need for international regulation of AI to prevent potential global harm. He suggested that an international agency should oversee the most powerful AI systems and “ensure reasonable safety testing,” reported Business Insider.

However, he also warned against regulatory overreach. “I’d be super nervous about regulatory overreach here. I think we get this wrong by doing way too much or a little too much. I think we can get this wrong by doing not enough.”

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He believes that such systems will exert a “negative impact way beyond the realm of one country” and advocates for their regulation by “an international agency looking at the most powerful systems and ensuring reasonable safety testing.”

“I think there …

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