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Parrots, paper clips and safety vs. ethics: Why the AI debate sounds like a foreign language

This past week, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman charmed a room full of politicians in Washington, D.C., over dinner, then testified for about nearly three hours about potential risks of artificial intelligence at a Senate hearing.

After the hearing, he summed up his stance on AI regulation, using terms that are not widely known among the general public.

“AGI safety is really important, and frontier models should be regulated,” Altman tweeted. “Regulatory capture is bad, and we shouldn’t mess with models below the threshold.”

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