If a person’s hand wave would make a pulchritudinous anecdote across the globe, then he would be undeniably Elon Musk, who is now playing ruckus with Twitter as a child and would like to move away the trinket with its intractable hands, but would they bawl if we take their candy off from them? Elon Musk, who currently manages Twitter as CEO of the platform and a part-time billionaire, discussed artificial intelligence with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday.
Elon Musk told reporters after getting out from the meeting, which lasted about an hour and a half. “We talked about the future of AI and the world’s economy” after getting out of the meeting, which lasted about an hour and a half. Previously, Schumer said that he had introduced a step to make blush the rules on artificial intelligence to protect national security and educational purposes through widespread programs, including ChatGPT.
Schumer said that he had roughly sketched and made whirl across the stream a “framework that demonstrates a new regulatory regime that would avert potentially catastrophic damage to our country while continuously making certain the US advances and leads in this transformative technology.”
In March of this year, Elon, along with quintessential artificial intelligence experts and the tech industry prodigious, opened for a six months pause in manufacturing systems which is more robust than the OpenAI GPT-4. This wasn’t the first time Musk discussed it with lawmakers. In January, he tweeted about conversing with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., and Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y.