OpenAI CEO Sam Altman to meet US House SpeakerOpenAI CEO Sam Altman to meet US House Speaker

A story from Axios on Wednesday said that Vice Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Mike Johnson and CEO of OpenAI Sam Altman are going to meet. The meeting is planned for Thursday on Capitol Hill, but the source of this knowledge has not been made public.

People have asked Speaker Mike Johnson’s office for comments, but they haven’t replied yet, and OpenAI has decided not to say anything about it.

With help from Microsoft, OpenAI made ChatGPT. The company went through a big change in 2019 when co-founder Sam Altman changed its structure from an open-source charity to a capped-profit plan. This change was different from the original open-source method and sent OpenAI’s business plan in a new way.

In late November, Altman said that Microsoft would join OpenAI’s board as a monitor, but not as a vote member.

Altman was suddenly fired by OpenAI on November 17 without giving a clear reason. This made investors and workers worried. But only four days later, he was put back on the job with the promise of setting up a new board.

Many people are worried about the new technology called artificial intelligence (AI). They think it could be used to subvert democracy, cause more fraud, and put a lot of people out of work. European politicians are constantly working on rules for the responsible use of artificial intelligence, which is an important difference from the US where laws are still being made.

The government of President Joe Biden has been pushing for rules to govern the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to make sure it is used in a responsible and moral way. However, the U.S. Congress has been split, with Republicans controlling the House and Democrats having a majority in the Senate. This has made it hard to make significant progress towards passing complete and effective AI laws. Even though the government has tried, the partisanship in Congress has made it hard to pass real law in this area.

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