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World must pass ‘AI stress test’, UK Deputy PM says, announcing summit

The United Kingdom will be holding a summit on artificial intelligence (AI) so that nations can come together to “understand it, govern it, harness its potential and contain its risks”, Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden told the UN General Assembly on Friday.

John Grisham, other well known authors file class-action suit against OpenAI

A number of popular writers, including John Grisham, have joined the Authors Guild in filing a class-action suit against OpenAI where they alleged the company’s technology is illegally using their copyrighted work.

Guterres calls for AI ‘that bridges divides’, rather than pushing us apart

New York: The UN Secretary-General addressed the Security Council on Tuesday, emphasizing the potential of artificial intelligence to accelerate human development while also cautioning against the malicious use of what is revolutionary new technology.

UN chief says regulation needed for AI to ‘benefit everyone’

The development of artificial intelligence, or AI, “for the good of all” requires guardrails grounded in human rights, transparency, and accountability, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Thursday.

OpenAI's Sam Altman testifies before US Congress, urges lawmakers to regulate AI

Creator of advanced chatbot ChatGPT testified before a US Senate committee on Tuesday when he called on US lawmakers to regulate artificial intelligence (AI).

Report says AI may impact 300 million jobs

Washington: A report released by investment bank Goldman Sachs has revealed that Artificial Intelligence (AI) may replace  300 million full-time jobs.