Four reasons why the OpenAI CEO would lobby for more regulation

by Washington Examiner

Washington Examiner— Sam Altman is the CEO of the largest artificial intelligence company in the world, and he lobbied Congress this week for federal regulation of AI.

Drudge Report—OpenAI CEO in "historic" move calls for regulation before Congress. CHATGPT's Altman Tell Congress to Regulate (Second column, 3rd story, link) Related stories:MICROSOFT Says New A.I. Shows Signs of Human ReasoningPET SHOP BOYS: Machine songwriting not a sin

NBC News—OpenAI CEO embraces government regulation in Senate hearing. Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, the company that developed ChatGPT, said the U.S. “might consider a combination of licensing and testing requirements for development and release of AI models above a threshold of capabilities.”

Time—OpenAI CEO Sam Altman Asks Congress to Regulate AI. In a Congressional hearing, Altman, whose company created ChatGPT, and senators expressed their fears about how AI could “go quite wrong.”