Zuckerberg and Altman agreed to measures proposed in Europe for
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Zuckerberg and Altman agreed to measures proposed in Europe for state regulation of AI

head meta* Mark Zuckerberg and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman expressed their support for government oversight of artificial intelligence technologies promoted by EU Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton.

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The day before, Zuckerberg and Breton held a meeting where they agreed on measures for government regulation of AI technologies in terms of risk assessment. Sam Altman, head of the startup OpenAI, which launched ChatGPT, also expressed support for the EU course. “We look forward to working with you to help you provide services in Europe that meet the needs of the European market.”assured Altman Breton.

This week, Breton paid visits to the headquarters of technology companies. Then a visit to the Meta office* The official said that the owner of Facebook* and Instagram* We are well prepared to comply with the strict content moderation rules in Europe and will be stress testing the company’s systems in July. Mark Zuckerberg personally agreed to this measure – he considers it necessary to evaluate how Meta* Comply with standards for content moderation. Now for the implementation of DSA in Meta* employs around a thousand people.

Breton also discussed AI technology with NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang, the company leading the AI ​​accelerator market. Huang explained that NVIDIA is very likely to invest in Europe. Finally, the European official met with Twitter owner Elon Musk and new Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino before telling reporters that the platform would need to provide additional content resources if it was to comply with European regulations before they come into effect in August.

* It is included in the list of public associations and religious organizations for which the court issued a final decision to liquidate or ban activities on the grounds provided for in Federal Law No. 114-FZ of July 25, 2002 “On Combating Extremists”. has met activity”.

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